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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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(September 2012)
"I had a love affair with books from an early age and my love of writing came naturally because of that."
 
Rel Mollet
(August 2012)
Six-book series shows four generations of the Morgan family living, fighting and thriving amidst a turbulent Texas history spanning from 1845 to 1896.
 
(August 2012)
“I did not want to hurt Mom by dredging up the memories. All I could think of was how much she loved me, to go through all that she did, so that she could keep me.”
 
(August 2012)
"That is what I want readers to find in my books: hope. "
 
(August 2012)
"I am not a “ripped from the headlines” type of writer, but I do like incorporating historical notes into my fiction."
 
(August 2012)
"Theology is the study of the most interesting being in the universe, and it shouldn't be something boring…"
 
(August 2012)
"I don’t believe in karma and I don’t believe in self-righteousness."
 
Ben Avery
(August 2012)
“Even though the stories may feature fantastic characters, high-energy action and exotic settings, the universal truth of God’s love and grace for us shines through.”
 
(August 2012)
"Balancing love against conflict brings out passion and commitment. It makes love more interesting."
 
(August 2012)
"Unlike a sermon, fiction often conveys truth indirectly and more subtly, but sometimes it can have an even greater impact."
 
(August 2012)
"Every story is a new adventure."
 
(August 2012)
After you’ve read Glamorous Illusions, you may be asking, “What do I read now?” Here’s a list of 10 suggestions.
 
(August 2012)
"There’s still a lot of life in the character and an unlimited canvas on which to paint more stories."
 
(August 2012)
“Why would a teacher leave what must have been the most comfortable job for the primitive conditions of an Indian agency?”
 
(August 2012)
"Communication is a focal point in building human relationships."
 
(August 2012)
"Story captures emotion. Readers (and writers) are emotional."
 
(August 2012)
“Who doesn’t fantasize about donning a gorgeous dress, having someone put your hair up in some dramatic do, and slipping on long gloves, before entering an elegant dining room with fantastic food?”
 
(August 2012)
“I believe in this sometimes hectic world in which we live, many people are looking for ways to slow down, live their life a little more simply, and get back to their roots.”
 
(August 2012)
An everyday family struggles to free itself from the burden of material possessions in Stand Strong, a new DVD from Bridgestone Multimedia Group.
 
(August 2012)
“I find the aspect of belonging—for the ailing, the elderly, the disabled—incredibly appealing.”
 

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