1. Travis Perry says:

    Hmm, sounds interesting…but…um…

    Well, this is a historical fiction story, isn’t it? Or maybe Biblical fiction? Isn’t Lorehaven dedicated to speculative fiction?

    What part of the story qualifies as speculative? Is there a speculative aspect to the tale? I’m genuinely curious about that. Please explain.

    • “Fighting magi, tense trades, ambush attacks, chases, escapes, true love, and many real pending miracles . . .”

      It’s fantastical fiction that just happens to be based on reality.

      Bonus: association with Christmas, which is the most fantastical-genre time of the year.

What say you?