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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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(August 2013)
"I’ve always been fascinated with the courage it must have taken for people to venture into the unknown and start from nothing."
 
(August 2013)
"I really enjoy writing about familial love and the bond between good friends. I think those type of relationships are sometimes neglected in Christian fiction, and they’re just as important!"
 
(August 2013)
Plus start reading Memory's Door for free!
 
(August 2013)
An exclusive blog post from River North Publishers with Roberta's son, Phillip Dorr, offers a behind the scenes look at her research while writing Queen of Sheba.
 
(August 2013)
The journey from fear to freedom leads to the unexpected and the chance to fall in love again.
 
(August 2013)
To catch a serial killer, Atlanta detective Avery North joins forces with medical examiner Jackson Bryant to solve the crimes and prevent another murder. But there's much more to the case than meets the eye...
 
Deidra Romero
(July 2013)
“Destined to become ‘America's Favorite Small Town,’ Bloomfield captures daily life with a sense of community, tradition, romance, and inspiration - not to mention humor.”
 
(July 2013)
"I fell in love with the Mahaffie's story and knew that I wanted to write about a stage stop on the Santa Fe Trail."
 
(July 2013)
The best-selling author gives readers insight into the story behind the story
 
(July 2013)
"This was a difficult time in Irish-American history when you factor in the Great Potato Famine, their persecution as unwanted immigrants and then the brutality and division of the Civil War. Yet, God never abandoned people back then and He doesn’t today."
 
(July 2013)
"I like the dynamics of writing from a female and male point of view."
 
(July 2013)
"Every human being longs for explanations for the unexplainable."
 
(July 2013)
"Often I would find myself in tears, as I would so identify what the story."
 
(July 2013)
"Perhaps readers will wonder what they would do if they were kidnapped by their favorite author. What would they say? How would they pass the time?"
 
(July 2013)
"I think many young people feel that they don’t fit in, and this feeling is not helped by our society, which seems to force people into boxes and categories."
 
(July 2013)
"I eavesdrop everywhere I go. Not even kidding. Coffee shops are the best."
 
(July 2013)
"I love the classic dystopian books, Brave New World and 1984, and I've always read those thinking, 'What if this kind of novel were told from a distinctly Christian worldview?'"
 
(July 2013)
"What if a surgeon thought he heard a message from his long-deceased twin sister?"
 
(July 2013)
"I hope that readers take away the idea that God’s grace is for everyone, and it’s abundant, regardless of who you are or what you’ve done."
 
(July 2013)
"Trapped is definitely not a story you want to start late at night or when you’re home alone!"
 

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