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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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(November 2014)
There’s something about walking off the edge with Jesus. We go to the places where the familiar, the safe, the structures and foundations of our lives vanish. The places are not defined solely by geography.
 
(October 2014)
FamilyFiction columnist, Brock Eastman, sat down to discuss Jeremiah W. Montgomery's amazing trilogy, which just concluded in September of 2014.
 
(October 2014)
Jennifer Hudson Taylor sat down to answer our questions about the conclusion of her MacGregory Legacy series.
 
(October 2014)
If you enjoy supernatural thrillers where the powers of good are forced to confront the powers of evil—these three editor-pick novels are for you!
 
(October 2014)
"Readers don’t care so much about the rules followed, sometimes rigidly, by traditional publishers. They just love to read great stories."
 
(October 2014)
Andrew Peterson, the well-known musician talks about his journey in speculative fiction writing stories filled with danger, mystery and fantasy!
 
(October 2014)
"Thunder is an epic journey into the heart of humankind that explores how far we are willing to go when we’re pushed to the limits."
 
By Rel Mollet
(October 2014)
Struggling to get your teens to read? It’s all about discovering the right story. Each of these five novelists have penned vivid and intriguing tales of fantasy, adventure, intrigue, and dystopia with compelling young adult characters determined to overcome the obstacles in their paths.
 
(September 2014)
"In a breathtaking city where the Irish were predominant in the early 1900s and wielding power in both politics and wealth, The Heart of San Francisco series tells the love stories of three Irish cousins."
 
(September 2014)
"In the world of The Wandering there is a pretty cool ‘alternative technology’ system that I created for the series, to a certain extent, simply from trying to imagine a system very different from the fossil fuels of our own world."
 
(September 2014)
"To create suspense, I like to make sure I know precisely what dangers are lurking out there waiting to pounce on the protagonist, hint at them frequently, and unleash them in bursts--just when the reader has started to catch her breath."
 
(September 2014)
"I’m fortunate to have been born into an Amish family. My parents left when I was a preschooler. From the beginning, however, they worked very hard to rub salve on the wound of their shunning by refusing to grow bitter over their circumstances. Through patience and prayer their broken relationships were rebuilt."
 
(September 2014)
After five hectic years of retirement from Lord's Chapel, Father Tim Kavanaugh returns with his wife, Cynthia from a so-called pleasure trip to the land of his Irish ancestors.
 
 
(September 2014)
Nothing says fall like a chill in the air and a good book in your hand! Here are five fun literary things to get you ready for a change of season!
 
(August 2014)
"I would love to think I had found the perfect balance by blending deep, rich, multifaceted characters into a well-paced, riveting plot, but I would never claim that high mark of achievement."
 
Deidra Romero
(August 2014)
Find out what all the craze is behind e-novellas with this new collection A Bride for All Seasons.
 
(August 2014)
Sarah is celebrating the release of her book with a fun giveaway!
 
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