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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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"It was a combination of several different personal experiences that brought this story about."
 
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"If the whole world was vanilla it wouldn’t be nearly as much fun."
 
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“I didn’t want to make Isaac heroic just for the story’s sake, but I studied all he had been through and realized Isaac is a type of Christ.”
 
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“People of strong faith and courage had struggles too, and if our hearts are open, we can learn from their choices and apply them in our own life.”
 
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"I used to draw on my own life experiences for everything—but the more books I wrote, I learned to create original characters."
 
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“It’s really about examining the things we believe and why we believe them.”
 
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“It’s my deepest desire to show them that there is healing, there is hope, and that God hasn’t left them.”
 
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"In the process of writing, I always learn something new about God and his love. Showing that outrageous love for us is my goal with every book."
 
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“We have all seen injustice and wished we were brave enough to do something about it.”
 
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"Does God give me these stories? I believe He does."
 
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"I hope that readers are challenged to step past their fear and what is familiar toward whatever 'best' God is calling them to."
 
(March 2013)
"I always try to draw the spiritual message from lessons I have learned or am learning in my own life."
 
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"An avaricious reader, I realized that maybe nothing could be better than being paid to do what you love."
 
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"My approach is to investigate events and details thoroughly and then put characters in the middle of events we know really happened."
 
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“Instead of making new fictional truths, I wanted to use ones that have existed for centuries, if not millennia.”
 
Ben Avery
(March 2013)
“My friend had the vision to bring back the Job story as an animated Ken Burns-style movie.”
 
(March 2013)
"I am often surprised at people who do not sense the wonder in God's creation."
 
(March 2013)
The author answers 5 questions about her new children's fantasy 'Dawn Hyperdrive and the Galactic Handbag of Death.'
 
(March 2013)
" I feel the Lord steers me toward the ones I need to write next."
 
Rel Mollet
(March 2013)
Solve crimes with the best of them by reading the following authors’ stories about those who serve and protect.
 

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