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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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(August 2011)
"I look to Him for guidance and pray that my stories will bring the message He wants me to bring. That the stories He gives me will touch lives."
 
(August 2011)
"I want my books to have many levels, and to speak to a broad variety of readers."
 
(August 2011)
The author shares about her 3-in1 romance Harbor Hopes (Romancing America: Maine).
 
(August 2011)
The author shares about her 3-in-1 historical romance George Brides (Romancing America).
 
(August 2011)
"I was talking to kids in the school and they said they didn’t like reading. I asked them why and they said ‘There’s too many words.’ I said, ‘What do you want?’ and they said ‘We want books with pictures.’"
 
Rel Mollet
(August 2011)
Try one of the following authors but be warned, symptoms after reading may include bellyaches, sore facial muscles and a silly grin!
 
(August 2011)
"Moral lessons are often best learned through stories, as God shows us time and time again through the Bible."
 
(August 2011)
"When you don those clothes and hear the rustle of all that delicious silk, you get a glimpse of what it must have been like 200 years ago—for the gentry, anyway.”
 
(August 2011)
"My books really have a purpose behind them which I think comes from a strong faith in God and a sense that I’m fulfilling what He wants me to do."
 
(August 2011)
"As humans, there is something about a good story that attracts us like a magnet."
 
(August 2011)
"Cowboys in fiction take us to a time when good and evil were much more clearly separated."
 
(August 2011)
"I hoped to use the medium of Harry Potter to communicate a distinctly Christian response to J. K. Rowling’s portrayal of magic and the power of enchantment."
 
(August 2011)
"I have to admit the superiority of Christianity over Islam, and all the other world religions, I might add."
 
(August 2011)
"This series grew from a conversation I had with an elderly Old Order Amish man while visiting in his son’s home.”
 
(August 2011)
Before Mark Harmon was roaming the street as an NCIS Special Agent, author David Munson was a real Special Agent with NIS.
 
(July 2011)
"So many times in history the flame of Truth has burned much lower than it is today."
 
(July 2011)
"I love that different people garner different messages from my book, depending upon what is going on in their lives."
 
(July 2011)
"My stories are inspired by things I've experienced firsthand or seen close up and personal. Life happens, and faith sustains and guides us."
 
(July 2011)
"My primary goal is to have people travel along with my characters and enjoy an adventure that leaps between the stars."
 
(July 2011)
"Upon seeing my words in print, I knew this was what I wanted to do in life."
 

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