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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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(July 2011)
"If people could get so wrapped up in the fantasy world of vampires, why couldn't they get wrapped up in the real supernatural?"
 
(July 2011)
"I want to show how the Lord can guide one's life choices and faith can guide one to living a fulfilling life pleasing to God."
 
(July 2011)
"I'm a seat of the pants writer and don't plot things out. So, it was so fun watching this book come together."
 
(July 2011)
"I deal with many tough issues facing kids, and do not shy away from the consequences of bad moral choices."
 
(July 2011)
"I believe... that being human isn't something to despise or despair over but rather to celebrate.."
 
Christa A. Banister
(July 2011)
"Things can feel preachy when you’re just saying them rather than doing them. When you’re able to demonstrate thankfulness through the story, then you don’t really have to keep saying it.”
 
(July 2011)
"It’s the first thing I’ve done that doesn’t have any fantasy or science fiction elements whatsoever."
 
(July 2011)
"While my primary intent is never to teach, readers usually end up learning something new anyway."
 
(July 2011)
"If we’re not talking to God throughout our day, it’s hard to model the kind of prayer life for our children that we want them to have."
 
(July 2011)
"Evil is present in my fiction, but it is not glorified."
 
(July 2011)
"An Amana friend told me the only similarity between the Amish and Amana people is their names both begin with the letter A."
 
(July 2011)
"All of us have the potential to be monsters in so many subtle ways. But through Christ we are offered the chance to become “more than conquerors,” to vanquish the foe of our own sin nature."
 
(July 2011)
"My desire is that readers will have a new understanding and appreciation of West vs. East ... and possibly a new way of thinking about solutions for peace in the Mideast."
 
(July 2011)
For third novel, firefighter Grady offers reader exciting look into the world of smokejumpers—wildland firefighters who parachute into remote areas to stop fires near the source.
 
(July 2011)
"Pattern of Wounds is about the face of evil and our desire to personalize tragedy, in particular our need to place the blame."
 
By Kathi Macias
(July 2011)
“The Christy Awards acknowledge the unique role that storytelling has in communicating deep truths about God and His love and interaction with humankind throughout history.”
 
(July 2011)
"I think I create characters who are like I wish I was, rather than who I am."
 
(July 2011)
"The past stays with us, no matter how hard we try to forget. The first thing we must do is turn it over to God, no matter if it’s something we did or something someone else did to us."
 
(July 2011)
"I had the good fortune of having teachers and professors tell me that I should be a writer and that if I didn't, I would regret it the rest of my life."
 
(July 2011)
"An author always must pull from their own lives to create a realistic character, or realistic emotions for the characters."
 

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