B&H Fiction: Thrilling Times
Collins says her next Seatbelt Suspense book is the novel she was “made to write.” Over the Edge (May 2011) is about Lyme disease and the “Lyme wars.” She knows of what she writes: Crippled with the disease in 2002, Brandilyn experienced all the nightmares of Lyme before God miraculously healed her in 2003.
The ideas behind Rubart’s Book of Days (January 2011) came about when his father was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s 10 years ago. “I began to wonder where his memories were disappearing to,” Rubart says. “Did they exist somewhere? Were they saved by God so they could be restored to my dad some day?”
Lee says her January 2012 book Iscariot is “one of the most intense things I’ve ever done, and one of the most personally meaningful, frightening and redemptive.” She’s also co-writing The Forbidden series (Center Street) with Ted Dekker, which some think could rival the impact of his Circle series.
Robin Caroll’s latest novel, Fear No Evil, was written to raise awareness about gangs. “As a mother, learning how gangs recruit children broke my heart.” Look for her March 2011 release, In the Shadow of Evil, a story set in Louisiana about a building rebound scam.