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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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Ben Avery
(March 2012)
“They want it to be something that will engage the kids.”
 
(March 2012)
"I try to stay as true to what is real as possible but ultimately the story has come from my imagination."
 
(February 2012)
"I want my readers to realize that God wants to be a part of their everyday lives – that He is not just interested in the directly spiritual aspects of our lives, but in every aspect of our lives."
 
C. J. Darlington
(February 2012)
"I don’t feel you can change someone’s mind until you move their heart."
 
Rel Mollet
(February 2012)
“We hope that readers fall in love with the characters and root for them to overcome the danger that faces them...”
 
(February 2012)
"If I have some answers to offer and some questions to ask about the spiritual areas of life, I can't not write of them."
 
(February 2012)
“I wanted it to be a loose retelling of the life of David. Instead of a giant Philistine, he fights giant robots.”
 
(February 2012)
“The biggest misconception people have about addiction is that it only happens to people from dysfunctional, unbelieving homes.”
 
(February 2012)
"One of my favorite things about writing is being able to breathe life into people and give them everything from a name to a shoe size."
 
(February 2012)
"Control is just an illusion. But the great news is that God has us in his hands!"
 
(February 2012)
"I put my characters in real-life situations and if they possess faith, I allow that faith to guide them, just as my own has guided me."
 
(February 2012)
"Whether that’s faith in salvation, or faith in God’s sovereignty, or faith in God’s goodness, or faith in God’s justice ... whichever angle applies, it’s all about faith."
 
(February 2012)
“I’ll promise you the same page-turning drama that the others provide, but let me turn this into something that glorifies God and can literally educate the reader to the counterfeits that are out there.”
 
(February 2012)
"I feel strongly that Christians mustn’t delegate the telling of love stories to unbelievers. It’s our birthright. Love is our message."
 
(February 2012)
"My main character is a Christian, so I made sure her relationship with the Lord was a part of her decision-making processes."
 
(February 2012)
"I think it’s a meatier book and I hope that the audience can find something in it that they can identify with wherever they’re at in life."
 
(February 2012)
"I couldn’t write a story without the characters’ families somehow getting involved in the action. Family is very important to me."
 
C.J. Darlington
(February 2012)
“If we want to reach the world, TV and movies are two of the best ways to do that.”
 
(February 2012)
"Ah Ruth! I love her because she struggles with some weighty issues—the loss of a spouse, an estranged child—yet she hangs onto a sense of humor that carries her through."
 
(February 2012)
"I do believe faith makes a difference - for me and for my characters."
 

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