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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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(April 2013)
“The Amish are the first to say they aren’t perfect, and I try not to over-glamourize them, but at their best, they are close to the heart of Christ.”
 
(April 2013)
Featuring contemporary and historical romances as well as women's fiction and the occasional light mystery, the Quilts of Love series tells stories of love and loss, hope and faith, tradition and new beginnings.
 
(April 2013)
“I began to write the type of stories I wanted my sons and others to read — stories that help boys become men of integrity, men who follow God.”
 
(April 2013)
Join Beverly Lewis on site in her childhood home of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania as she shares some of her earliest memories of writing and of her mother, the inspiration for her bestselling novel 'The Shunning.'
 
(April 2013)
"I grew up with a steady diet of TV Westerns and was enamored by handsome cowboys like Lone Ranger, Cheyenne, Wyatt Earp and Little Joe Cartwright."
 
(April 2013)
The following 10 authors recapture their childhood imaginations to inspire and encourage young children to escape into literary worlds.
 
(April 2013)
"I hope that I create characters who portray that same faith and that readers are touched by the struggles and victories of those characters."
 
(April 2013)
“The challenge is of stepping past our fear into the unknown and refusing to let the good in our lives keep us from experiencing God’s best for our lives.”
 
(April 2013)
"I love been swept away by a story that goes beyond ordinary, everyday life, and gives me hope and opens my mind to ideas I’d never dreamed possible, and that’s what I desire to do for readers."
 
(April 2013)
"It fascinates me that the Bible talks a lot about spiritual warfare but we as a Christian community tend not to. In writing AngelguardI hoped to highlight this battle."
 
(April 2013)
"Besides its’ fascinating history, Lydia is a land of mysteries, from the attacker who tried to kidnap Duchess Julia, to the secret passages inside the palace."
 
(April 2013)
“I wanted a setting that allowed for a wide range of adventures.”
 
(April 2013)
“I was just a shell of a person. And after my divorce, I went on a desperate journey to find my heart again.”
 
(April 2013)
New crop of storybooks and children's Bibles combine storytelling with the Word of God to plant truth in the hearts of young readers.
 
(April 2013)
Best-selling Susan May Warren brings what she considers to be her most ambitious series yet to a dramatic close.
 
(April 2013)
"Suspense is all about not showing and not telling."
 
(April 2013)
"It’s such a joy to get to infuse the things that I love—the simple things in life—into the Cadence of Grace series."
 
(March 2013)
"I think the hero turned out to be more bullheaded than I expected him too."
 
(March 2013)
"It was a combination of several different personal experiences that brought this story about."
 
(March 2013)
"If the whole world was vanilla it wouldn’t be nearly as much fun."
 

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