Thoughts on the power of story from Francine Rivers, Ted Dekker, Jody Hedlund, Frank Peretti, Shelley Shepard Gray, Charles Martin, Max Lucado, Becky Wade, and more.
Suzanne explains why she chose Maine as the setting for the series, (without spoilers!) shares a bit about main character, Madison and provides a clue for the relationship between Madison and her love interest.
All these Christian authors write fantastical stories from a biblical worldview. Which of them do you recommend to other readers' Choose as many as you like!
These two Christian authors write fantastical, faith-fueled stories that challenge readers to rethink their world. Which author are you more likely to recommend to your friends'
Christy shares behind-the-scenes details from her books;, and reveals the challenges of writing Christian fiction that includes elements of crime and danger.
Morgan shares the themes in Cry of the Raven, explains what surprised her writing the series and reveals why it’s actually not difficult to write about the fantastical from a biblical perspective.
James gives us a peek at how much of his experiences as a deception officer can be used in his fiction, shares how Talia’s faith affects her work, and explains how Compassion International plays into the plot.