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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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(December 2013)
"In Outcasts, the remnant from Glenrock has escaped their confines, but they are still trapped inside the city walls. They join forces with Safe Lands rebels in an effort to find freedom."
 
(December 2013)
"One reason Amish fiction is a 'hot' trend is because readers are able to cross into another world—a place where nature sets the stage, where characters run the show, where faith has the leading role. It has an effect on you like rebooting your computer."
 
(December 2013)
"We're all searching for meaning, aren't we? It's way too easy to say, "Oh, just follow the Lord!" But what does that even mean? How can we do that? Runaway Saint encourages us to step back and watch and let God use circumstances and people as guideposts."
 
(December 2013)
"I saw Robert Edsel’s nonfiction book about the Monuments Men and was immediately captivated. I’ve long loved World War II history, and this was an aspect of it I’d never been exposed to."
 
(December 2013)
Update--Check our list of winners! Hurry for your chance to win one of fifteen copies!
 
(December 2013)
Andrew Klavan on His Providential Move to YA Fiction
 
(November 2013)
"In doing a sequel to The Dragon and the Turtle we wanted to continue building our theme of friendship and offer a book that mimics pretend play with clues on each page that feed the reader’s imagination."
 
(November 2013)
"Even though my books are fiction, with each one I try to pay tribute to those real life women who went before us. They were remarkably resilient, resourceful, and courageous. I feel great affection for them and I hope that comes across in my novels."
 
(November 2013)
"I wanted to write a story about a woman with a dark past, and the man who fell in love with her. I wanted to explore the dynamics of what it means to love someone so absolutely even the most painful of histories could be overcome. "
 
(November 2013)
"Firstborn sprang from a news article I read concerning gendercide. I was horrified to learn that over 37 million girls are missing in China alone, due to the One Child Policy enacted in 1980."
 
(November 2013)
"I like to say that my stories have a soft landing—because life is hard."
 
(November 2013)
Find out what Shelley Shepard Gray, Kathi Macias, Beth Wiseman and Ann H. Gabhart are making this holiday season!
 
(November 2013)
From WaterBrook Multnomah Publishers, three great Jane Kirkpatrick books you won't want to miss!
 
(October 2013)
"Louisiana has so much personality—and I enjoy sharing its texture with readers and showing my affection for its eccentricities."
 
(October 2013)
"That feeling of loneliness is one of our universal emotions. We all want to know that people see us, and like what they see! Readers will connect with this ache strongly."
 
(October 2013)
"I hope that teens recognize themselves in one of the characters and feel encouraged that they’re not the only one going through those issues. I also hope they feel inspired to pursue connection with friends, family and God."
 
(October 2013)
"Christians are part of an amazing literary legacy that begins with the Bible and Genesis and carries on through history at the pens of people like John Donne and Leo Tolstoy and C.S. Lewis, to name only a few. That's the legacy I want to be part of . . ."
 
(October 2013)
"I write slowly - sometimes two sentences take an hour."
 
(October 2013)
Worlds lie between the marketplaces of India and the halls of a magnificent country estate like Highland Hall. Will Julia be able to find her place when a governess is neither upstairs family nor downstairs help?
 
(October 2013)
"Three years ago, the Lord brought a romance into my life that was both unexpected and amazing."
 
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