Kathy was recently interviewed by Greg Mitchell over at his blog. Check it out here.
Kathy’s 2012 gardening photos have been featured on a blog featuring novelists and their gardens! Check it out here.
Kathy recently interviewed with the American Christian Fiction Writers website. The interviewer, Becky Jacoby, asked some unique questions that Kathy is rarely asked. You can check out the interview here.
Kathy has released a short deleted scene from her latest Firebird novel, Daystar. Click here to read some bonus material that did not make it to the final novel.
The first of the Daystar reviews has arrived. Check out the blog post at Celtic Frog Reviews here.
For all you Tolkien and C. S. Lewis fans, Kathy will be presenting a webinar hosted by the Christian Writers Guild. She will be discussing the various ways the publishing industry has changed along with the ways you can develop your writing craft to follow in the same rich tradition. …
Kathy is a guest author on the Speculative Faith Blog. She covers her inspiration and process of Daystar (and the greater Firebird universe as a whole.) Click here to read it.
Kathy Tyers and her literary assistant, Jamie Upschulte, have a guest post featured at Stephanie Shackelford’s Routines for Writers blog. Check it out here.
To celebrate the release of Daystar, for the month of April Marcher Lord Press is offering a special $0.99 eBook release of the Firebird: Book One of the Annotated Trilogy for the month of April. Go to Amazon or Barnes and Noble to order your copy today!
Can’t wait for Kathy’s latest novel, Daystar, to arrive at your house or you e-reader? We have posted the first three chapters of Daystar on the website. Click here to read these sample chapters.
A message posted from Kathy’s Facebook page: Here’s the tentative back cover copy for DAYSTAR, which will become available two weeks from TODAY! — Times have changed for the telepathic Sentinels in the realm of the Federate Whorl. Persecution sends these genetically altered people fleeing to their sanctuary world, but …
Wonderful review of Kathy’s Wind and Shadow by Valerie Comer. Check it out here.
Library Journal wrote a great article covering the history and future of Christian Speculative Fiction. Mentioned are both Marcher Lord Press and Kathy’s upcoming Firebird novel, Daystar. Read it here.
Teisha Priest over at Christian Fiction Book Reviews has recently posted a review of Wind and Shadow. Check it out here.
An academic writer critiques Kathy’s work, along with “Christian science fiction” in general. He makes some intriguing observations in his blog post here.
Stephanie Shackelford of Routines for Writers posted a wonderful review about Wind and Shadow. Click here to read it.
In celebration of Wind and Shadow‘s release, we are offering a preview of the first chapter on the site. Click here to read!
Wind and Shadow is now available at Marcher Lord Press. Click here to buy the latest installment in the Firebird series. On their site, Marcher Lord writes of Wind and Shadow: Long time fans of Kathy Tyers will relish reading the latest installation of her Firebird series. Many have hailed …
Kathy’s recent interview is written up as an article in the Family Fiction magazine. Click here to read it.
Family Fiction Magazine interviewed Kathy for their September / October edition. You can download a copy from their site or visit their online viewer.
Kathy’s latest novel in the Firebird series, Wind and Shadow, is now available for pre-order at Marcher Lord Press. Click here for more details.
The official Kathy Tyers fan page is now up on Facebook. Go and “Like” her to receive updates and photos from her life, writing, and gardening. Look forward to seeing you there. Go to Kathy’s Facebook page.
The scifi writer’s blog and The League of Extraordinary Scribes recently interviewed. Click on the links to read.
Fiction Addict recently interviewed Kathy on a podcast with some of the authors from Marcher Lord Press. Check it out here!
Congratulations to Nathaniel who won the Marcher Lord Press contest for an autographed copy of The Annotated Firebird. When asked why he liked speculative fiction, his 100 word response was: Speculative Fiction is an escape from the present into the never-present and the always-present. A good speculative fiction novel is …