Wednesday, December 8, 2010
I discovered recently that I have been reading too much H. P. Lovecraft; while in a discussion about the Jewish practice of the scapegoat released into the desert on Yom Kippur, I inadvertently referred to it as the "goat for Azathoth."
A terrible flub. The goat for Azathoth is not the scapegoat of Jewish practice, but Shub-Niggurath. Everyone knows that.
Where was I? Yes, we have blog tour. This month goes out to The Charlatan's Boy by Jonathan Rogers. The story, from what I gather, is of a con man and his young orphan assistant, and it takes place in a fantasy world that looks something like the American South. It certainly sounds intriguing, so let me give you some resources:
We have the author's blog, which features the highly amusing feechie film festival.
Also, we have the tour:
Thomas Clayton Booher
Christian Fiction Book Reviews
CSFF Blog Tour
D. G. D. Davidson
Rebecca LuElla Miller
Donita K. Paul