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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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(April 2012)
"Reasoning with cultures who have never seen a TV or movie is easier than trying to act out biblical truths to those same people groups."
 
(April 2012)
"I couldn't help but place much of the novel's action in actual locations that mean quite a lot to me - powerful memories - and those locales are stitched into the fabric of this story."
 
(April 2012)
"By reading and experiencing this take on God’s Word in a vivid way, people will hopefully be excited to read the real account."
 
(April 2012)
“As with all of my Amish books, I double-check my details by referring to books and also talking to my Amish friends and other contacts in Lancaster County.”
 
(April 2012)
"I'm just trying to focus on telling a really good story. If it's compelling enough, people will want to read it."
 
(March 2012)
"I want readers (primarily middle grade youth) to have a sense of enjoyment like after they've seen a good movie..."
 
(March 2012)
"I have a penchant for strong women action characters."
 
Rel Mollet
(March 2012)
A mere nine years, from 1811 to 1820, has provided writers and film makers with a seemingly unending source of inspiration—the Regency period.
 
(March 2012)
"Not only do I get to do something I love and share what I’ve learned along my spiritual journey—I learn by letting His hand guide me by helping to write those stories."
 
(March 2012)
"The theme "Love never fails" is always in my head when I write my stories."
 
Kathi Macias
(March 2012)
As more Christians find a voice in the filmmaking industry, there are a growing number of outlets for films that speak the Gospel in a variety of ways.
 
(March 2012)
"I am passionate about love—both God’s love and the romantic love between a man and a woman. I never get tired of hearing how two people met and fell in love---just ask anyone who knows me."
 
(March 2012)
"That’s often the way it is with God’s plan for our lives—we just have to trust Him."
 
(March 2012)
"The biggest challenge is finding the right balance, making sure that I have just the right amount of everything in the story."
 
(March 2012)
"For me, stories are all about personal struggle - whether that's facing doubts, death, demonic entities, or romance."
 
(March 2012)
After you’ve devoured Illusion, you may be asking, “What do I read now?”
 
(March 2012)
"Titanic destroyed the illusion that because one is beautiful, strong and financially solvent (human or ship), they are 'unsinkable,' unstoppable."
 
(March 2012)
"My hope is to entertain, but I also want to uplift, and affirm people's faith as they read my stories."
 
(March 2012)
"Tricia and I began kicking around an idea: what would happen if the Nazis decided to steal the Mona Lisa during the chaotic times of August 1944, when Allied forces were advancing on Paris?"
 
(March 2012)
"I’m a storyteller. My role is to tell a story because a story can give a whole other dimension to a thought."
 

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