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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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(March 2013)
"I have also been struck with how 'normal' the Amish are."
 
(March 2013)
"I feared that if my readers did not like my main character, then they would not like my book."
 
(March 2013)
"I put people in my books as characters all the time to become fictional characters than interface with my real characters in history."
 
(March 2013)
"For each of my stories, my hope is that my readers will grow closer to the Lord."
 
(March 2013)
"I believe there is love for all ages in life."
 
C.J. Darlington
(February 2013)
“Every day, we need to look for the opportunity to reach our true potential.”
 
(February 2013)
“[My suspense] is enough to keep you turning pages, but not enough to cause nightmares.”
 
C. J. Darlington
(February 2013)
Exploring fiction co-authored by media celebrities -- including TV's Lis Wiehl with April Henry, family advocate James Dobson with Kurt Bruner, and supermodel Kim Alexis with Mindy Starns Clark.
 
C.J. Darlington
(February 2013)
“Writers have the ability, the power even, to either imprint their readers or stain them.”
 
(February 2013)
"I'm fascinated—as a human being, a storyteller, and a believer in Christ—by the concept of destiny."
 
(February 2013)
“I write about what it’s like to be young—and other teens relate to that!”
 
C.J. Darlington
(February 2013)
“My father, a clergyman, used to say he could write a sermon about every Pixar movie because of the message in it.”
 
(February 2013)
"It’s an incredibly humbling experience to hear from readers whose hearts have been touched by my work."
 
(February 2013)
"I want the reader to realize there is always forgiveness available in Jesus when one turns to him in true repentance."
 
(February 2013)
“My hope is that children will find these stories fun and entertaining, and that they will spark an interest in reading the Bible.”
 
(February 2013)
“When someone reads one of my novels, I hope that readers will catch a glimpse of the Master.”
 
(February 2013)
"My husband has been a minister for 40 years and many of the stories come from our experiences."
 
(February 2013)
The minister and author explains why was driven to revisit C.S. Lewis' classic 'The Screwtape Letters' for modern readers.
 
(February 2013)
"The first goal was to contrast the value of God's true riches against the riches of the world."
 
(January 2013)
“Any love I can possibly feel or show is a dim reflection of our heavenly Father’s love.”
 

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