And Now For Something Completely Different

As the Christian Sci-fi and Fantasy Tour concludes our May feature with the science fiction book Numb by John W. Otte, I have something to share.

This is the last time Spoiled For The Ordinary will be in the CSFF Tour.

Yep.

I’ve been involved since almost the beginning, but some things are showing their age, and it is time for something new.

Don’t take that wrong. The CSFF Tour is going strong and needs to continue.

I’m talking about my Blogger home.

I’ve been doing Spoiled since 2006. There have been ups and downs with my blogging, but I’ve stuck with it.

But it’s time for a new home.

Spoiled For The Ordinary 2.0 will be at www.jasoncjoyner.com/blog starting May 1st.

The focus will still be on Faith, Fiction, and Fun, but it’s time to move to a cleaner WordPress layout and my own domain name. Oooh, fancy pants.

I hope you’ll join me there.

Look for the first post on May 1st, and I’ll announce a giveaway at that time.

Thanks for the memories CSFF Tour. I’ll see you at my new home.

Friends in the Blogosphere

My 15 year old nephew gave me a funny look on Saturday when I showed him how many people visit my blog via MapStats.

“I don’t get why people blog. That’s something I’ll never do.”

I didn’t smack him because he is 15 and has a big mouth, (actually, I don’t know what came over me – I usually take any or even no excuse to smack him) instead I shook my head at his lack of understanding.

It is pretty amazing how the blogosphere can create friendships. I guess I shouldn’t be amazed. I’m a computer geek and have done chatting, forums, etc. Anyway, I wanted to highlight a few new blogs that I’ve come to enjoy so we can all be one big happy family. Or drive each other nuts. Wait, isn’t that the same thing…

OK, on with the introductions:

Marcus Goodyear at Goodwordediting has good writing and business tips along with spiritual insight. He is a professional editor, so he knows his stuff and is worth checking out.

Mark Harbeson at Utter Drivel seems like he could be my twin – except that he likes the Philadelphia Eagles, so that would make him my evil twin (Go Cowboys!). He’s got a cute family and blogs about life and such.

Nicole Petrino-Salter over at Into the Fire. This is totally complimentary: she is like a prophetic voice to the world of Christian fiction, sometimes pointing out inconsistencies with the way CBA business is run and Kingdom living. Her posts are passionate and challenging.

Heather Goodman at L’Chaim (with a brand new look – way cool Heather!). Her writing is like a refreshing breeze to me. She describes herself as loving to twirl and dance on her smooth concrete floor. Her blog captures that joyful abandon IMO.

D. G. D. Davidson at SciFi Catholic. I don’t always agree with him (who said you always had to agree?). However, he always has intelligent posts and is great read. Guest posts by Snuffles the Dragon are worth the price of admission.

Hanna Sandvig at Hanna’s Life Is Cool. She’s another artistic type with interesting viewpoints. Make a point to check out her gallery of original art. Very nice work (I wish I could draw…).

These are some new folks I’m making a point to check out. Don’t forget about the “classics” – the folks in the sidebar on the right (Becky, you’re a “classic” now). When I get time these new friends will join the sidebar, but I wanted to showcase them today. Good stuff all around.

Friends in the Blogosphere

My 15 year old nephew gave me a funny look on Saturday when I showed him how many people visit my blog via MapStats.

“I don’t get why people blog. That’s something I’ll never do.”

I didn’t smack him because he is 15 and has a big mouth, (actually, I don’t know what came over me – I usually take any or even no excuse to smack him) instead I shook my head at his lack of understanding.

It is pretty amazing how the blogosphere can create friendships. I guess I shouldn’t be amazed. I’m a computer geek and have done chatting, forums, etc. Anyway, I wanted to highlight a few new blogs that I’ve come to enjoy so we can all be one big happy family. Or drive each other nuts. Wait, isn’t that the same thing…

OK, on with the introductions:

Marcus Goodyear at Goodwordediting has good writing and business tips along with spiritual insight. He is a professional editor, so he knows his stuff and is worth checking out.

Mark Harbeson at Utter Drivel seems like he could be my twin – except that he likes the Philadelphia Eagles, so that would make him my evil twin (Go Cowboys!). He’s got a cute family and blogs about life and such.

Nicole Petrino-Salter over at Into the Fire. This is totally complimentary: she is like a prophetic voice to the world of Christian fiction, sometimes pointing out inconsistencies with the way CBA business is run and Kingdom living. Her posts are passionate and challenging.

Heather Goodman at L’Chaim (with a brand new look – way cool Heather!). Her writing is like a refreshing breeze to me. She describes herself as loving to twirl and dance on her smooth concrete floor. Her blog captures that joyful abandon IMO.

D. G. D. Davidson at SciFi Catholic. I don’t always agree with him (who said you always had to agree?). However, he always has intelligent posts and is great read. Guest posts by Snuffles the Dragon are worth the price of admission.

Hanna Sandvig at Hanna’s Life Is Cool. She’s another artistic type with interesting viewpoints. Make a point to check out her gallery of original art. Very nice work (I wish I could draw…).

These are some new folks I’m making a point to check out. Don’t forget about the “classics” – the folks in the sidebar on the right (Becky, you’re a “classic” now). When I get time these new friends will join the sidebar, but I wanted to showcase them today. Good stuff all around.