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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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(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."
 
(October 2013)
A vampire. A werewolf. Can two who were wronged make it right? By their Faith.
 
(October 2013)
FF Managing Editor, Deidra Romero, sat down for a long chat with new author Jessica Dotta. They spoke about classic British literature, the years leading up to Dotta’s first publication, and her family’s roots in a zealous religious cult and how that shaped the story that became Born of Persuasion (Tyndale House).
 
(September 2013)
When the world around you falls apart, could it be that God is giving you a second chance?
 
(September 2013)
"A New York editor who critiqued the first few pages of Child of the Mountains at a conference asked me, 'Why does Lydia speak that way?' I told her, 'These are the voices of my childhood.'"
 
(September 2013)
"But what really solidified it for me was that when I asked on my teen blog for anyone who would like to help me with the project from the standpoint of personal experience, 6 of the 20 or so regulars on the blog contacted me. All of them had experience with purposely hurting themselves."
 
(September 2013)
"For Tattler’s Branch, my research included the architect Frank Lloyd Wright, the outlaw Jesse James, 1911 fashions (including maternity dress), telephones, electricity, automobiles, medical practices, Down syndrome, and lots of Scripture searches."
 
(September 2013)
"My hope is that through the trial portion of the book, readers will understand that infants born during late term abortion are often capable of surviving, but in more cases than you could imagine."
 
(September 2013)
“The recurring theme in The Prayer Box is grace, what it is, how it changes lives, how we discover it, accept it, and pour it out to one another.”
 
(September 2013)
"Elysium belongs to a new genre of Christian fiction called Apologetics Fiction, or sometimes Literary Apologetics. As such, the goal of this series is to deal with the topic of why Christianity is unique among the world religions."
 
(September 2013)
"Ben’s wife died in a car accident two years earlier, sending him to self-medicating with booze. Esther is fighting demons of her own with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Both are emotionally wounded. Both have never sought after dreams."
 
(September 2013)
"Although I'm forced to use the internet, Facebook, and my smart-phone to survive in this business, I'm really very un-techy. I still write the first drafts of my novels longhand."
 
(September 2013)
"If a reader should turn the last page of Burning Sky and find herself reminded that through trials and tears we have a heavenly source from which we can draw comfort, courage, and strength to help in time of need, I’d be thrilled."
 
Deidra Romero
(September 2013)
Literary hybrid genres are popping up everywhere: Romance/Suspense, Historical/Mystery, and more recently Young Adult/Amish novels are finding a base of readers.
 
(September 2013)
A woman meant to serve, a child in the dark, a man standing apart—can these three souls embrace a God with new plans for them?
 
(September 2013)
The season has come for Rhoda to embrace who God has called her to be.
 
(September 2013)
"Actually, I don't even like camping, so the irony of God putting me in the middle of a dirty jungle isn't lost on me."
 
(September 2013)
Amid racial tensions in 1954, Mick & Mercy find it nearly impossible to hold on to their someday dream
 
(August 2013)
"My childhood was filled with stories of my ancestors hiding TVs from bishops and concealing permed hair beneath kapps."
 

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