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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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(August 2012)
“I don’t have to be a hostage to the rankings. God can do what he wants with my stories, my characters, my plots, and with me. Surrender is a daily task you can’t calculate on Amazon.com.”
 
(July 2012)
"An exciting, emotional, or even fun story can send a message in a way that a sermon may not."
 
(July 2012)
"People like to be entertained. Jesus knew this."
 
(July 2012)
"All of us need both courage and hope. That’s why we need stories."
 
(July 2012)
"Yes, I write weird stories."
 
(July 2012)
"Achieving balance in a busy life is a big issue for every woman."
 
(July 2012)
“We have to be able to show real life [in our novels] or the average Christian won’t be able to identify with our books.”
 
(July 2012)
"f my writing causes people to dig deeper into the Word, that’s a huge bonus."
 
(July 2012)
“Before anything, I try to write exciting stories.”
 
Ben Avery
(July 2012)
“(Her father) has always taught her that God loves her no matter what, and the story is about learning to live that out even when life gets hard.”
 
(July 2012)
A word from James L. Rubart, and on the road with Jill Williamson, Bill Myers and Heather Burch.
 
(July 2012)
"The first goal with all my fiction is to craft an entertaining story."
 
(July 2012)
“When I take on an adaptation, I want it to penetrate the reader’s heart and further expand and enhance their emotional and intellectual experience.”
 
(July 2012)
“In a way, you could say I’ve been researching this story all my adult life.”
 
(July 2012)
"I always visit the locations for my Love Finds You books before I write about the towns because the setting is ingrained in these stories."
 
(July 2012)
"I firmly believe that a novel is not the place to preach. Sermons are for preaching."
 
(July 2012)
"Through story we experience the unfamiliar."
 
(July 2012)
“My goal is not to sensationalize the glittery glamour of sin, but rather, to show that God is in control.”
 
Rel Mollet
(July 2012)
What do a firefighter/paramedic, a retired Ear, Nose & Throat specialist, two ER nurses and the wife of an ER physician have in common? They all write medical suspense that combines danger, drama, healing and hope!
 
(July 2012)
"The truth is that our flaws and mistakes are much smaller than God’s unwavering devotion to us."
 

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