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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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(December 2011)
"I would find it impossible to write without the spiritual element in my novels."
 
(December 2011)
"I'd love to be one of those authors whose brain is just overflowing with ideas. Sadly, I'm one of those authors whose brain is overflowing with sugary lightning bolts from all the M&Ms I've eaten."
 
(December 2011)
"The spiritual lessons that the hero and heroine learned came almost directly from things I learned in my own life while I was writing the story."
 
(December 2011)
"Characters are people readers can relate to, and then say, 'Hey, that’s just like me!' A light goes on and people understand so much better than if you sat down and told them these same truths."
 
(December 2011)
The author shares about her 3-in-1 Romancing America collection Appalachian Weddings.
 
(November 2011)
"I began wondering what some of the consequences might be if ‘doctored’ research results were used to push a sorely needed drug onto the market without adequate safeguards."
 
Christa A. Banister
(November 2011)
Showcasing the inherent beauty of collaboration, celebrated Christian romance authors Colleen Coble, Kristin Billerbeck, Diann Hunt and Denise Hunter team up for one incredibly romantic novel.
 
(November 2011)
"I hope my books encourage readers toward that complete surrender to Him in their own lives, so that they can experience how absolutely beautiful God’s love for them is."
 
(November 2011)
"... everyone needs to be reminded—or maybe even told for the first time—that there is hope."
 
(November 2011)
"[The Regency era is] such a time of transition, social, spiritual and scientific enlightenment, I wanted to know more about it."
 
(November 2011)
"I like to take ordinary Christians and put them in extraordinary situations."
 
(November 2011)
"God is a faithful friend, but he is also mysterious in his ways. I trust him because he is loving and loves me."
 
(November 2011)
"I needed to make sure that my sons were not left crippled by this experience."
 
(November 2011)
"If your characters are strong enough, they will dictate the plot."
 
(November 2011)
"I see no reason why a page-turner can't contain language that delights readers in the same way fine art and music does, so I also pay close attention to the aesthetic aspects of the work."
 
(November 2011)
"I remember writing an essay for civics class in elementary school that eventually won a state contest—I was hooked."
 
(November 2011)
"I don't know what I'd do with myself if I wasn't busy writing something."
 
(November 2011)
"I’m following Jesus’ example by using stories to touch people’s hearts and help them understand God’s love and truth."
 
(November 2011)
An excerpt from Max Lucado's new holiday collection, which includes novellas, stories, and essays about the Christmas season
 
(November 2011)
An excerpt from Max Lucado's new holiday collection, which includes novellas, stories, and essays about the Christmas season
 

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