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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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(November 2012)
“My goal is to open dialogue, to create awareness of these four-legged heroes.”
 
(November 2012)
“I want readers to be entertained, yes, but I hope after reading each book in the Justice Seekers series, they’ll be changed in some way.”
 
(November 2012)
"I hope that when a reader finishes my books they feel like they have had a meal with me and I’ve shared the story during our visit."
 
(November 2012)
“I may have the germ of an idea where the story is going, but I let the plot emerge from putting interesting characters in difficult situations and writing to find out what happens.”
 
(November 2012)
“Our goal was to imagine a scenario that could happen and one that fit end-times prophecies. Of course, this is not a prediction—it’s a novel about a possibility.”
 
(November 2012)
After you’ve read the latest fantasy novels from Bryan Davis, you may be asking, “What author do I read now?” Here are 10 suggestions…
 
C.J. Darlington
(November 2012)
“We have a responsibility as believers who are filmmakers to not just do safe stories.”
 
(November 2012)
"That's part of the fun of being a fiction writer—being able to imagine what could have happened and asking the question, 'What if?'"
 
(November 2012)
"For me, I wanted to write a series that dealt with the elite, while at the same time, bringing in a little of the difficulties facing the downtrodden."
 
(November 2012)
"God never stops surprising me. You really can't out-give God."
 
(November 2012)
"She was spunky, prickly, and wounded. I had to know her story—and the only way to do that was to write it."
 
(November 2012)
"I love studying human quirks and listening to my friends and family as they visit."
 
(November 2012)
"All individuals desire to be loved and intimate by another and marriage is a way that we can achieve that."
 
Rel Mollet
(November 2012)
Thriller writers are often responsible for late nights, pounding hearts and sweaty palms as their exciting prose evokes charged emotions.
 
(November 2012)
“The heart of my books is building confidence in girls and women to follow their heart and listen to God—not the crowd.”
 
(November 2012)
Suggested books and resources to further your understanding of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings by J. R. R. Tolkien.
 
(October 2012)
"I’m intrigued with the coping mechanisms we employ to fill our empty places, the chasm only God can fill."
 
(October 2012)
"Being a Christian is not a religion to me, it’s part of who I am."
 
(October 2012)
"My plots are made up of things that fascinate me."
 
(October 2012)
“Maybe if the readers see a little of themselves in these characters, they’ll also see how Christ can change them.”
 

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