2012 Edgy Christian Fiction Summer Blog Tour

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When Lucifer fell, he started a war between the angels—his brothers and sisters—and managed to take 1/3 of the angels with him. We’ve all heard his story of betrayal, pride and narcissism. But never like this. Never from his side. Never from his words.

What makes this a “hot” summer read?

The Road to Hell is everything you never expected from this story. It is the gritty, bloody, horrible chronicle of the fall of God’s beloved angel and the Hell left in his wake. It’s the tragic, wicked tale of one of history’s most compelling figures. And it’s only the beginning.

The Road to Hell is the first in Heaven Falls series of books that chronicle God’s relationship with man, told from the perspective of Lucifer, Michael, Gabriel and Raphael. The second book in the series, Come Hell or Highwater, is scheduled for release in December 2012.

Check out the rest of the amazing authors on the tour!

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novareylin · August 11, 2012 at 5:16 pm

December 2012!!!!! Hopefully prior to the end of the world 😉

    Christopher C Starr · August 11, 2012 at 5:32 pm

    The plan is December 21–I figured if the world is gonna end, let’s do it on Lucifer’s watch. I’m playing with taglines like “The World Will End…Come Hell or Highwater.”

      novareylin · August 11, 2012 at 8:03 pm

      Oh… I LOVE IT!!! If it matters, I definitely approve!

Christopher C Starr · August 11, 2012 at 9:52 pm

Of course it matters! I’m pushing for that target date.

Tracy Krauss · August 13, 2012 at 10:31 am

Clever release time! Intriguing idea – along the lines of the Screwtape Letters, but it doesn’t sound as congenial as Lewis’s Lucifer.

    Christopher C Starr · August 13, 2012 at 11:06 am

    Thanks Tracy! I thought the timing would work (provided I hit my targets for my first draft). I haven’t read the Screwtape Letters yet–they’re actually research for the book I’m writing now (along with Paradise Lost (again) and Dante’s Inferno) but no, my rendition of Lucifer is not congenial, not happy, not nice. But he’s wicked good fun!

    Thanks for swinging by!

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