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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)
"An author always must pull from their own lives to create a realistic character, or realistic emotions for the characters."
 
(July 2011)
Historical series features three young women searching for love and a legacy in the 1890s.
 
(July 2011)
"I want to write books that whisk my readers away to another time and place where they can lose themselves, willingly, in the lives of characters they love."
 
(July 2011)
The author discusses her 3-in-1 historical romance collection Connecticut Brides.
 
(June 2011)
"I hope that every one of my readers laughs so hard that their stomach cramps up and their eyes tear up."
 
(June 2011)
"I hope that when people are finished reading my books that they can't stop thinking about them, that they have been touched emotionally or intellectually in some way."
 
(June 2011)
“My audience is always before me when I’m writing.”
 
(June 2011)
"I hope that the series might spark an interest in the Bible by those who might have been resistant to it's message before."
 
(June 2011)
“Allison has such a longing for family, heritage, craving a space where she will ‘fit in.’”
 
(June 2011)
"I believe that by telling a story is one of the most powerful ways to reach people."
 
(June 2011)
"I want readers to finish my novels, close the book, and say, 'Man, that was fun!'."
 
(June 2011)
"I truly believe that the only way we as human beings can be completely content is through a strong relationship with God."
 
(June 2011)
"I love working twists and suspense into historical romance."
 
(June 2011)
"I suppose the fact that I told my first grade teacher that I would be a writer when I grew up probably means I’d already harvested the idea by the age of six."
 
(June 2011)
"I hope that my readers will see that Christians have the same trials and temptations found in every walk of life, but their faith brings them through to see God's love, mercy, and grace in His forgiveness of our sins.
 
(June 2011)
"Fiction is, first and foremost, about telling a good story, about drawing characters who engage the reader in a way that evokes an emotional and/or intellectual response."
 
(June 2011)
"My prayer is that each book captures God's truths. Only through His guidance can this feeble, racing-thoughts-plagued, fifty-five-something woman ever complete a sentence, much less a novel!"
 
(June 2011)
“The wonderful thing is, God can not only forgive our sins, but He can forgive the guilt of our sins, too.”
 
Rel Mollet
(June 2011)
“Each Love Finds You novel draws on the compelling history or unique character of a real place, giving readers a taste of local life across this wonderfully diverse country."
 
(June 2011)
"The Strange Man is, at its core, about living out what you say you believe—no matter the consequences."
 

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