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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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Rel Mollet
(June 2013)
Stitched together from several different authors, Quilts of Love is a series of novels that tell stories of love and loss, hope and faith, tradition and new beginnings.
 
(June 2013)
“Pain and emotional trauma may change shape from century to century, but the common threads of longing and hope are undeniable.”
 
C.J. Darlington
(May 2013)
“Everybody has ups and downs in their lives. You have to find a way to get through them.”
 
Ben Avery
(May 2013)
“How does one bring such a legacy to children in a way that engages them?”
 
(May 2013)
“The secular paranormal genre is preoccupied with darkness. As honestly as I can, I try to be preoccupied with light.”
 
(May 2013)
"I'm always inspired by the way the characters care about each other and invest in each other's lives. Writing about a close-knit group of friends makes me appreciate the people that God has brought into my own life."
 
(May 2013)
“I want to challenge Christians to welcome lost people and prodigals with open arms, rather than avoiding them or whispering about them.”
 
Rel Mollet
(May 2013)
In the 1980s, Frank Peretti changed the face of Christian fiction with his tales of angels, demons and the power of prayer in This Present Darkness and Piercing the Darkness.
 
(May 2013)
“I’m a great believer in the consummate importance of love and forgiveness.”
 
(May 2013)
"Undeniably Yours is about a woman’s journey from weakness to strength. She’s able to find that strength, little by little, as she trusts in God’s power and plan."
 
(May 2013)
Become immersed in a time when the reality of war and prejudice is met by unfailing love.
 
(May 2013)
The charm of the South drew her back to her family’s roots. But when the town’s old resentments turn the sweet tea bitter, can Tish find a welcome anywhere?
 
(May 2013)
"We should never give up on love. Love is always for the greater good of others, as well as us. What I think we have to do is redefine love. Sometimes actions we consider 'love' are really not love at all."
 
(May 2013)
“Fiction has a way of unlocking people’s imagination in a way nonfiction doesn’t. The novels have gotten a discussion going, and I’m intrigued with that.”
 
(May 2013)
"In real life, I am the country girl who fell in love with a city boy."
 
(May 2013)
"You have to have a balance between the details and maintaining the pace of the story."
 
(May 2013)
"I definitely draw on my own emotions when I write a story."
 
(May 2013)
"I started thinking how frustrating it was that there weren’t enough Christian archaeological suspense stories that really addressed the issue of Biblical reliability."
 
(April 2013)
"One technique writers use to come up with ideas is to think about a character's greatest strengths, and then put them in a situation where that strength is challenged."
 
(April 2013)
"There are so many great lessons to be learned in the Bible, and I love the way I get to weave a little of that through my characters and their faith journey."
 

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