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Carole McDonnell: SF Author Par Excellent

08 Jul

Collision of Worlds

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This month, as part of Bards and Sages blogtours, I’m hosting SF/Fantasy author Carole McDonnell. Carole writes Christian-themed science fiction/fantasy and is the author of Wind Follower, Spirit Fruit; and most recently The Constant Tower, an outstanding novel that I’ve had the pleasure of reading. She’s also been published in numerous anthologies including Steamfunk, and So Long Been Dreaming. So without further adieu, fellow geeks, readers and writers Carole McDonnell. . .

I like examining religion and anthropology, especially the way religion, ethnic groups, history, and clans all work together.

Different planets have different gods, of course. Some planets — like earth— have no gods. Some planets, like earth, also have unbelievers. In my novel, The Constant Tower, I created the following Great Covenant Principles of the Creator of Odunao — all of which the inhabitants of that planet are free to obey, skew, disobey, or rationalize away. And believe…

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Posted by on July 8, 2013 in Uncategorized

 

One response to “Carole McDonnell: SF Author Par Excellent

  1. Danny Faircloth

    July 8, 2013 at 1:15 am

    Today in America I proclaim my conservativeNess and my race neutrality evermore! I will never again be defined by skin color or place of birth. NEVER ALLOW ANYONE TO SET YOUR BOUNDARIES! NEVER ALLOW ANYONE TOTELL YOU WHAT YOU SHOULD BELIEVE! NEVER AGAIN BE WHAT YOU KNOW IS WRONG! NEVER AGAIN.
    Danny Faircloth

     

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