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Christian Fiction Author Features and Profiles

Below you'll find feature stories, profiles and Q&A's with many of your favorite Christian authors We include authors who write in all the major fiction genres including Amish, historical, suspense, speculative, romance, contemporary, young adult, children's and comics. Just click on any of the titles below to read the full feature and to learn more about each author!
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(April 2014)
For Cheryl Wyatt fans who have read the Wings of Refuge series, the companion series, Eagle Point Emergency, is now available!
 
(April 2014)
What happens when God speaks? Will anyone listen?
 
by Gloria Johnson
(April 2014)
“Quilts and quilting, besides being an art and craft, are used in a variety of ways in these novels to convey love, family ties, hope for the future, remembrance of the past, and God’s message of love for us. ”
 
Cassie Baker
(April 2014)
Authors share God’s truth through Biblical fiction, both captivating readers and pointing them back to the Bible.
 
(March 2014)
"I think we’re inspired by starry-eyed sweethearts starting a new life together. Even cynics might secretly hope that love can conquer all."
 
(March 2014)
"I set out to tell the story again, only in my own words, in a more recent time, in a universal and relatable way, so that if someone who’s suffered like Tamar can know her life is not meant for silence and desolation."
 
(March 2014)
"The Inner Society is a secret society of powerful people who are creating a superior human race through genetic mapping. Many of the teens spawned by this society are perfect in physical attributes, but deadly in their recklessness and disregard for others."
 
(March 2014)
"I enjoyed reading vampire novels at the time and I kept thinking it would be wonderful if the protagonist was someone I could relate to."
 
(March 2014)
If you could travel back in time, in what era would you choose to live?
 
(March 2014)
The biblical story of Abraham & Sarah comes alive.
 
(February 2014)
"I think my stories are a bit of a tribute to writers like Agatha Christie and Margery Allingham. I like to take some of the classic elements and maybe turn them on their heads just a bit."
 
(February 2014)
"I wrote this series because I loved Hunger Games, but I was disappointed in the end---because there was no hope."
 
 
(February 2014)
Get introduced to Vannetta Chapman's Pebble Creek Amish series!
 
Deidra Romero
(February 2014)
Thinking of entering our short fiction competition? Here are some tips on trimming down your story without losing any impact.
 
(February 2014)
A Note to Readers About Their Recent Historical Romance
 
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