Your Christian Fiction Information Source

Wednesday, December 07, 2016
rss feed
Home > Features

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!
926 item(s)
(October 2011)
The prolific novelist shares how she interviewed over a hundred World War II vets and gave their memories new life in her book.
 
(October 2011)
"When I write, I ask the Lord to inspire my words, to help me tell the best story possible."
 
(October 2011)
"Walking with God is an integral part of my life, and I made that an integral part of books I write."
 
(October 2011)
"I trust that those who need the healing in my books will find them."
 
(October 2011)
"Though I am always thrilled when unbelievers read my novels, I have no desire to write strictly for the secular market."
 
(October 2011)
"The answers to their far-reaching questions come via revelation once they start believing and accepting the ways of Christ."
 
(October 2011)
"Since I’m a Christian, it’s only natural that my heroine would have faith or discover it through the course of the story."
 
(October 2011)
"Just about the time I think I’ve got this faith-walk figured out, another 'clue' pops up, usually one that causes me to re-analyze how and why I’m living my life."
 
(October 2011)
"Cozies were more like play than work to me. The faith element materialized with the character's personality. She needed to 'Let Go and Let God.'"
 
(October 2011)
"To me, romance is just not romantic unless God is in the middle!"
 
(October 2011)
Best-selling author Ted Dekker and noted up-and-comer Tosca Lee have teamed up for a new speculative fiction trilogy called The Books of Mortals.
 
(October 2011)
"I hope that readers will also stop and think about how even the small choices they make in their daily lives have a measurable impact on the lives of those around them and may well determine their final, eternal destination."
 
(October 2011)
“I would love readers to realize that what God says about us is all that matters—not what other people think of us.”
 
C. J. Darlington
(October 2011)
“I’ve done my share of them, but this one is a little different because we deal with so many modern events. It also has the best Rapture scene I’ve ever seen on film.”
 
(October 2011)
"I didn’t really think in terms of lessons, but in terms of “heart”—as in, how can we, as readers and writers, keep our hearts open and fixed on God even when our dreams crumble and shatter around us."
 
Rel Mollet
(October 2011)
Medieval history is fertile soil for storytellers and the following authors make the most of those great elements in their books.
 
(October 2011)
"The overarching theme in all my books is freedom."
 
(October 2011)
"I am a businesswoman and wanted to explore where such aspirations may have led me in 1897."
 
(October 2011)
"I hope to leave a body of work that people find entertaining, but also inspiring and encouraging."
 
(October 2011)
"I’m the person who finds humor in almost anything, from funerals to cooking classes."
 

latest
fiction book trailer

 
latest
tweet
 
facebook
fans