Feb 18, 2008

The Shadow and Night by Chris Walley - CSFF Feature

Originally Posted at Bibliophile's Retreat by Melissa Meeks


My review is up. Also be sure to check out the author's website and blog as well as the other CSFF bloggers' posts (the other posts will be posted at the sites below between today and wednesday or you can check the list in my right sidebar under the CSFF Graphic:

Brandon Barr, Jim Black, Justin Boyer, Grace Bridges, Jackie Castle, Carol Bruce Collett, Valerie Comer, CSFF Blog Tour, Gene Curtis, D. G. D. Davidson, Chris Deanne, Janey DeMeo, Jeff Draper, April Erwin, Marcus Goodyear, Rebecca Grabill, Jill Hart, Katie Hart, Michael Heald, Timothy Hicks, Christopher Hopper, Heather R. Hunt, Jason Joyner, Kait, Carol Keen, Mike Lynch, Margaret, Rachel Marks, Shannon McNear, Rebecca LuElla Miller, Mirtika or Mir's Here, Pamela Morrisson, Eve Nielsen, John W. Otte, John Ottinger, Deena Peterson, Rachelle, Steve Rice, Ashley Rutherford, Chawna Schroeder, James Somers, Rachelle Sperling, Donna Swanson, Steve Trower, Speculative Faith, Robert Treskillard, Jason Waguespac, Laura Williams, Timothy Wise

A Bit About the Author:
Mr. Walley was born in Wales but raised in northern England. He earned his PhD in Geology and spent two four year stints in Lebanon at the American University of Beirut. Between his times spent in Beirut he lived in Swansea, Wales. Following the second stint he found that geology was not an active area in terms of jobs in the UK so turned his career path towards writing and editing particularly for the Christian market. While Geology still remained a major interest for him it did not figure as centrally in his career life as it had until a few years ago when he was able to return to the academic arena as a teacher at Gorseinon College on the outskirts of Swansea. He and his wife maintain a small cottage on the edge of town as well. Their sons who were born amidst the first Lebanon era are now grown and will occasionally make the trek to see their folks in Swansea. (This bio information is excerpted and paraphrased from information on the author's website)

3 comments:

rebeccagrabill said...

What a lovely intro to the author of these books!

John (Grasping for the Wind) said...

Nice intro.

Valerie Comer said...

Interesting...and cool blog layout! Love it. Must update. If I had time...

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