For tonight’s livestream, I will explore why homeschool families uniquely love novels that are Christian-made, fantastical, and awesome.
Edit: Watch the video replay here.
Realm Makers hosts this discussion, and you can save your spot right now at Crowdcast to get notified when the show starts. This streaming platform allows viewer chat, interaction, and even joining onscreen (should time permit).
Thousands of homeschool students and parents attended the Florida Parent-Educators Association conference in May 2021. E. Stephen Burnett was there as an author and Lorehaven publisher. He joined the Realm Makers Bookstore to help fans find the best novels of fantasy, sci-fi, and beyond, all from Christian authors. How can we best share the stories we love with these eager readers?
We’ll also be joined by audio drama writer Darby Kern, who joined us at the booth to share his Jake Muller Adventures audio series.
Darby Kern has been a professional writer for over thirty years, and has around 300 produced scripts. His resume includes Left Behind, Lamplighter Theater, The Extraordinary Adventures of G.A. Henty, Kid’s Corner, writing for the Abide app, and his original dramatic audio series, The Jake Muller Adventures. He is a drama teacher, an improvisational comedian, and a tour guide at historic Lambeau Field.
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About Realm Makers: Realm Makers began in 2013, and from small origins has grown to serve hundreds of Christian fiction authors at annual conferences, whose faculties have included bestselling novelists such as Ted Dekker, Tosca Lee, Brent Weeks, and N. D. Wilson. Realm Makers exists to help creative Christians in their journeys, providing education in craft, connections with industry professionals, and strategies for finding readers who love these kinds of stories. Meanwhile, the Realm Makers Bookstore offers a curated collection of speculative fiction from Christian authors, traveling to sci-fi and fantasy cons as well as homeschool conventions.