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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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(January 2013)
“While there is breath, there is time to turn back to God, to go to the home He has prepared for us.”
 
(January 2013)
Dr. James Dobson answers six questions about his debut novel—a dystopian thriller co-written with Kurt Bruner.
 
(January 2013)
"Not only can the love of a good man or a good woman make you want to be a better person, but God's love can ultimately change your life into something better than you ever could have imagined."
 
(January 2013)
"I don't feel I should tell a reader what she should get from a book of mine, because every reader is different."
 
(January 2013)
“None of us can solve the problem, but we can each do something to help.”
 
(January 2013)
"I did a lot of research to make certain there were no anachronisms in the book."
 
(January 2013)
“The thing I love best is getting and using reader feedback in story ideas and settings.”
 
(January 2013)
"To me, the lessons of the Bible never grow old."
 
(January 2013)
"You have to talk to someone who can help you and never give up until you find that person."
 
(January 2013)
"For external story elements I rely on a lot of research and a dose of imagination."
 
(January 2013)
"I love and believe in the power of story, whether we're true to the FACTS or not..."
 
Rel Mollet
(January 2013)
Writing romance long has been considered the domain of women, a place few men dare to tread.
 
(January 2013)
“If there is one emotion I would want to linger long after the book is put down, that would be a sense of hope.”
 
(January 2013)
"I certainly draw on life experiences, but sometimes I just close my eyes and put myself there. I let my imagination take control."
 
(January 2013)
“I think people connect to the Amish through a yearning to retreat from the chaos.”
 
Rel Mollet
(January 2013)
“It’s such a seamless effort because we know each other so well. Working together has made us even closer.”
 
(January 2013)
"Even though it sounds like a cliché, A Merry Little Christmas truly was the book of my heart."
 
(January 2013)
"My own personal experiences help me make scenes such as that more real."
 
Chris Jager
(December 2012)
J.O.Y. Bookstore in Pennsylvania and Haven Christian Reformed Church Library in Michigan
 
(December 2012)
“I read the diaries again and again, taking the experiences of slaves to heart.”
 

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