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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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(June 2013)
“I’ve noticed that when people go back to visit their classmates, they immediately become that person they were back in high school.”
 
(June 2013)
“Readers will be drawn to both Lydia and Gideon's stories of discovering the truth. Layer by layer readers will find out more about their stories.”
 
(June 2013)
I think pride is one of those human frailties. It's something that everybody fights to overcome--some people more than others.
 
(June 2013)
"I first heard about this mysterious figure standing very close to the limousine when the president was struck and who possibly filmed the shooting. And yet, to this day, she has never been identified."
 
(June 2013)
"My hope is that Shelby will be a reflection of all women whose various struggles represent a much greater malaise: dissatisfaction with ourselves, with the expectations of others and the often maiming vagaries of life.”
 
(June 2013)
"I’ve been reading romances since I was a pre-teen and it’s always been my favorite genre."
 
(June 2013)
"There is nothing boring about the Christian faith or stories about it."
 
(June 2013)
"This novel is a story written around people: a shy, frightened little child, her ten-year-old friend who becomes the conscience of the novel, and an imaginary friend who may not be so imaginary at all."
 
(June 2013)
“The crux of the issue of adultery is that it’s usually just a symptom of a bigger problem. There's always an underlying story that was going on long before the actual adultery took place.”
 
(June 2013)
"I think we all long for close connections, and I wanted to write a story that allowed the reader to feel like a part of the family."
 
(June 2013)
“I found two huge, oversized albums filled with pictures and descriptions of the Fair."
 
(June 2013)
“I like it if he’s made mistakes in his past, regrets them, but still needs to learn how to stop that from happening again.”
 
(June 2013)
“As long as my muse shows up, I write for God’s glory.”
 
C.J. Darlington
(June 2013)
“I had to place myself fully in the characters’ heads, their skins. That allowed me to know what they were thinking.”
 
C.J. Darlington
(June 2013)
Six popular FamilyFiction authors answer this month's One Question.
 
(June 2013)
“Kate Middleton captured my heart and imagination...”
 
(June 2013)
“She made all the wrong decisions— but at every downward turning point, redemption was still possible.”
 
(June 2013)
“Both Jonah and the whale learn about surrendering to God’s will.”
 
(June 2013)
Bestselling romance author Dan Walsh and relationship expert Gary Smalley have combined forces for The Restoration Series.
 
(June 2013)
“Since we have many Amish friends in several communities around the country, I have gotten to know them quite well, and have come to admire their dedication and willingness to continue living a lifestyle as their ancestors did.”
 

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