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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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(October 2011)
"It's fun to play matchmaker with characters and then devise every obstacle possible to keep them apart. But just like in real life, true love overcomes in the end. Well ... most of the time."
 
(September 2011)
"I began wondering what would happen if someone did for Creation/Evolution what Jerry Jenkins and Tim Lahaye did with end-times prophecy."
 
(September 2011)
"At this point in my life, I can no more imagine writing a story without a strong inspirational theme than I can imagine getting out of bed in the morning without hope in a resurrected Jesus."
 
(September 2011)
"I know my faith has deepened since I've started writing Christian fiction and I hope my faith comes through when people read my novels."
 
(September 2011)
"Though my novels don't always have a traditional "happily ever after" ending, they do always have a redemptive and hopefully satisfying conclusion––one that reflects the hope we have in Christ."
 
By C.J. Darlington
(September 2011)
The latest film from Sherwood Pictures aims to do for fatherhood what their film 'Fireproof' did for marriage: "Everything in this movie is pointing people to the cross."
 
(September 2011)
"I was able to conquer my own anxiety by reminding myself that God never abandons us, even through times of extreme trial."
 
(September 2011)
"The heart of all of my novels is hope."
 
(September 2011)
"Even if one person feels God’s love for their heart a little more from having read my story, than my work mattered."
 
(September 2011)
"Commercial success is great, but I want to write books that my readers will always remember and even come back to read again and again."
 
(September 2011)
"My aim is to write speculative fiction in which God is kept in His rightful place as creator and ruler of His universe."
 
(September 2011)
“It was wonderful to have it confirmed that all of the things we do creatively come to us from our Creator."
 
(September 2011)
"I wanted to help redeem people that I felt had been slandered or mishandled, and I had the history to back me up."
 
(September 2011)
"Every novel I write is for those who don’t know God."
 
(September 2011)
"My desire is that my faith in Christ informs all the decisions that I make, whether that involves writing stories, driving in my car during rush hour, or hanging out with friends and family."
 
(September 2011)
The author shares about the Bible account that anchors her new Gilded Age historical romance.
 
(September 2011)
"My heart still beats for those on the fringes of the faith."
 
Rel Mollet
(September 2011)
Meet three writers—Lisa Harris, Kathi Macias, and Jeannette Windle—who write stories about the power of the Gospel in other lands. Written by our own international correspondent, Rel Mollet.
 
(September 2011)
"I thought then that writing books would be the best job ever. I'd get to stay home in my pajamas and create stories for fun and get paid to do it! It doesn't exactly work that way."
 
(September 2011)
"Yes, stuff happens to all of us, but we grab hold. Straighten our shoulders. Move on."
 

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