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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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(June 2012)
“I’m not saying that I enjoy telling people what to do—okay, maybe I am saying that—but I’m pretty good at ‘seeing’ how a scene should be acted out on the stage.”
 
(June 2012)
The Create Romance Short-Short Fiction Competition is an unprecedented opportunity for Christian romance writers -- whether you are published or unpublished.
 
(June 2012)
"Stories, whether real or fictional, can reach people on a powerful emotional level."
 
(June 2012)
"We read other stories to better understand our own."
 
(June 2012)
"Love is not a state of being—it’s something we do, in big ways and small ways, in every interaction we have."
 
(June 2012)
"That prick of conviction in a tale of a life changed has power to give hope for every stage of my own fight."
 
(June 2012)
"Too many people let guilt control their lives as my hero did. I hope those who find themselves in that situation will seek forgiveness and forgive themselves."
 
Chris Jager
(June 2012)
Welcome to a section devoted to helping you find great booksellers, libraries and church libraries ...
 
(May 2012)
The words on Stephen Bly’s gravestone reflect the life he lived as a husband, father, friend and writer: “Fought the good fight, Finished the race, Kept the faith.”
 
(May 2012)
"Relationships between people are always critical ... and there is always some kind of showdown between forces of good and forces of evil."
 
(May 2012)
"There are many novels that have touched my life—helped me to see something in a different light, inspired hope, and made me a better person."
 
(May 2012)
"When I focus on what I love about storytelling, I can write in whatever genre comes my way."
 
(May 2012)
“My hope is to interest the young reader in the character, to emotionally relate with him or her, and take that comfort level into the reading experience later on.”
 
(May 2012)
"The Forever Hilltop books are gentle, but teach enduring lessons about how people should treat each other and live their lives."
 
(May 2012)
"I want readers to see the wisdom and benefit in following the Lord wholeheartedly."
 
(May 2012)
“I take the questions and frustrations and joys from my life and somehow fit them into the story I’m working on.”
 
C.J. Darlington
(May 2012)
Traditional mysteries, long a staple in the mainstream, have faced challenges finding a place in Christian publishing circles. Now, the eBook format is bridging the gap between authors and readers.
 
(May 2012)
“I think it’s uninteresting when you present a one-sided view of an issue on which people have passion and opinions.”
 
(May 2012)
“The ultimate theme of all my fairy tales is undeserved grace.”
 
(May 2012)
"A small part of me is reflected in most of my main characters."
 

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