We put out the call for your favorite Christian stories and storytellers of 2010—in all genres, including Amish, Historical, Suspense, Speculative, Romance, Contemporary fiction and more. See how FamilyFiction readers voted! And if some of your favorite authors didn’t make the list this year, fear not—there’s always next year …

See the whole list of winners here: 2011 FamilyFiction Readers Choice Awards


01 Karen Kingsbury
Jan Karon
03 Neta Jackson
04 Angela Hunt
05 Gina Holmes
More contemporary fiction authors here!


Unlocked: A Love Story
Karen Kingsbury (Zondervan)

Holden Harris is locked in a prison of autism, bullied by kids who don’t understand his
quiet, quirky ways. Ella Reynolds, star of the school drama production, takes an interest in
Holden after she catches him listening to her rehearse for the school play. Will friendship,
faith, and the power of song be enough tounlock the miracle that Holden needs?

Lydia’s Charm
Wanda E. Brunstetter (Barbour Publishing)

03 Her Mother’s Hope (Marta’s Legacy #1)
Her Daughter’s Dream (Marta’s Legacy #2)
Francine Rivers (Tyndale House)

05 A Hope Undaunted (Winds of Change)
Julie Lessman (Revell Books)

06 Seek Me with All Your Heart (Land of Canaan #1)
Beth Wiseman (Thomas Nelson)

07 The Last Fall
Jay Blevins (OakTara)

08 Nightshade (Discarded Heroes #1)
Ronie Kendig (Barbour Publishing)

09 Pearl in the Sand
Tess Afshar (Moody Publishers)

10 Deadly Disclosures (Dinah Harris Mystery#1)
The Shadowed Mind (Dinah Harris Mystery#2)
Julie Cave (New Leaf)

More books here!


01 Unlocked by Karen Kingsbury
The Healer’s Apprentice by Melanie Dickerson
03 Immanuel’s Veins by Ted Dekker
04 Lydia’s Charm by Wanda E. Brunstetter
05 To Darkness Fled by Jill Williamson
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About The Author

The author of more than 50 novels, #1 New York Times Bestselling author Karen Kingsbury is America’s favorite inspirational storyteller. Many of her novels have topped national bestseller lists, and there are more than 25 million copies of her books in print. Her novels have also been adapted to the screen, including Like Dandelion Dust, The Bridge, and A Time to Dance. Her popular series starring the Baxter family is being developed as a television series.