Erin explains why she used her fiction to touch on serious themes, what draws her to hiking, and how her characters each deal with grief.
Lisa shares the historical background of her dual-time novel, explains the significance of the novel’s present-day setting, and reveals how her faith impacts her storytelling.
The Best We’ve Been is the final book in Beth Vogt's Thatcher Sisters Series with Tyndale House Publishers.
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!
Buck shares the inspiration behind the heartbreaking premise, explains some of the quirkier details of the novel, and compares writing fiction with writing songs.
Cynthia talks about the real-life issues fueling the novel, the research she went through, and the importance of allowing the light of God to shine into the “secret corridors of our soul.”
David shares why he set this story on his home continent, explains the challenge of presenting visual beauty in words, and makes a case as to why we should all fall in love with Australia’s Outback.