The author explains why she wanted to tell this story, reveals her goals in writing it, and shares what she hopes readers will take away on reading the novel.
The benefits of writing romances from a biblical worldview, how her faith impacts her storytelling, and where she draws the line between history and fiction.
Katherine on revisiting characters from one of her previous books, being accessible to new readers, and comparisons between her town of Winsome and Jan Karon’s folksy town of Mitford.
Looking back on some of the great interviews we’ve had over the years, including Karen Kingsbury, Ted Dekker, VeggieTales creators Phil Vischer and Mike Nawrocki, Francine Rivers, Joel C. Rosenberg, and so many more!
Susan explains what draws her to writing high-stakes adventures, reveals the hardest part of the research, and gives us a preview of the final book in the series.
Lori tells us where the idea for the Brides of the West series came from, how her faith informs her fiction, and the power of writing romances from a biblical worldview.
Buck shares the inspiration behind the heartbreaking premise, explains some of the quirkier details of the novel, and compares writing fiction with writing songs.
The two authors share behind-the-scenes details of the series, explain the essential qualities of romantic lead characters, and reveal the advantages Christian authors have when writing suspense.