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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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(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."
 
(May 2012)
"That’s what I am called to do, that’s my assignment—to wrap God’s truth in such gripping stories that secular readers can’t put them down."
 
(May 2012)
"The greater challenge is: Am I willing to learn how to love someone in such a way that I become perfect for them – despite my imperfections?"
 
(May 2012)
"Rather than curse our culture’s lack of respect for propositional truth, I feel God would have me engage in those things that have beautifully haunted me all my life."
 
Katie Hart
(May 2012)
"If they liked the original story, this is an opportunity to experience it with more depth and fullness."
 
(May 2012)
"It occurred to me that the one thing that I had never done and that I wanted to do was write a book."
 
(April 2012)
"I want [readers] to see the struggle of a teenager through a harrowing experience."
 
(April 2012)
"As a father and husband I’ve experienced enough drama and dialog to write as many books as my publisher wants."
 
(April 2012)
"I put plenty of action and conflict into my novels, but they are all written from a Christian worldview."
 
(April 2012)
"I think people who read my books will finish them with a sense of hope in their hearts, because that is what God has planted in my heart."
 
Rel Mollet
(April 2012)
Once seen as the domain of Melody Carlson with her excellent teen-focused books, the young adult market has exploded with wonderful writers like Jenny B. Jones, Lisa T. Bergren and Bryan Davis.
 
(April 2012)
"My goal was to make a story that felt so real that the supernatural and faith elements were simply a part of the ride."
 
(April 2012)
"I don’t sit down to write a ‘Christian’ novel. I sit down to write the best rollicking suspense I can. That’s my job—to entertain, not to preach."
 
Ben Avery
(April 2012)
"Kids love cartoons. What a great platform cartoons are to communicate the word of God."
 
(April 2012)
"It's all about showing how a Christian can cope in a defiantly non Christian world."
 
(April 2012)
"I did want to bring out how husbands and wives need to find a way to navigate these challenges together—and that might take sacrifice on the part of both in order to stay in unity."
 
Ben Avery
(April 2012)
“It just kind of allows me to see that though you may not understand what God has for you. He still is able to use you in ways that are unimaginable.”
 
(April 2012)
After you’ve read Beth Wiseman's new novel Need You Now, you may be asking, “What do I read next?” Here’s a list of ten suggested authors from our crack team of experts.
 
(April 2012)
"We attempt to make readers care."
 

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