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Christian Author Interviews

Living the Dream: Author Patti Callahan Henry

Between the Tides is Patti Henry’s first—and fourth--novel. First in that it marks her foray into writing, a journey which began seven years ago when this wife and mother taught herself to write. And fourth in that it is book number four in her list of books she’s seen published and on the shelves.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • June 01, 2007 |
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Q&A with Yada Yada Prayer Group Author Neta Jackson

In this interview, Neta Jackson discusses how much of the popular Yada Yada series is based on her own life and how she transitioned from writing historical fiction for children to contemporary women’s fiction.

Q&A with The Candidate Author Robin Shope

Language Arts teacher by day and author by night, Robin Shope loves a good mystery. That’s why she writes what she loves to read. The Candidate, her latest murder-mystery novel, co-written with Susan Wales, is the third title in a three-part series.

Q&A With "Ever Present Danger" Author Kathy Herman

Kathy Herman never set out to write suspense fiction. In fact, this one-time bookstore owner thought she would be writing books for children after she retired. But when she couldn't find the words and started getting depressed, her husband encouraged her to try writing something else - anything else.

Q&A With "Remember to Forget" Author Deborah Raney

In this interview, author Deborah Raney discusses the symbolism in "Remember to Forget" (Clayburn Novels Series #1 from Howard Books), plans for the rest of the titles in this series and who has influenced her the most in her writing.

A Book for All Ages: "William Henry Is a Fine Name"

"William Henry Is a Fine Name" is one of those rare books that transcends age. Though Cathy Gohlke wrote it as youth fiction, her publisher viewed it as a coming-of-age story strong enough to be enjoyed by both adults and youth.

Q&A With "Abraham's Well" Author Sharon Ewell Foster

In this interview, author Sharon Ewell Foster discusses her inspiration and research for "Abraham's Well," her love of both contemporary and historical fiction and her advice for budding writers.

Q&A With "Autumn Blue" Author Karen Harter

In this interview, Karen Harter discusses what inspired her newest novel, "Autumn Blue," what it takes to be a fiction writer and some of the challenges she faces as an author.

Q&A With "Prints Charming" Author Rebeca Seitz

Wife, mother, scrapbooker, p.r. firm owner and writer Rebeca Seitz is the author of "Prints Charming" (West Bow). In this interview, Rebeca talks about how she created the book's concept, writing, her love for scrapbooking and much more.

Author Lisa Samson Talks about Living Outside the Box

Dealing with difficult issues has given Lisa Samson a reputation for courage in her writing. What is less known about this author is the courage she has shown by stepping out of her comfort zone in real life.

  • Paula Moldenhauer |
  • February 20, 2007 |
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From Page to Screen: "Bridge to Terabithia"

When it was first published, award-winning author Katherine Paterson's “Bridge to Terabithia” joined the ranks of classic children's literature. Thanks to Walden Media, now the dog-eared favorite is hitting the big screen with a contemporary incarnation.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • February 14, 2007 |
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Pastor's New Book Recounts Dahmer's Behind-Bars Conversion

  • Allie Martin and Jenni Parker |
  • December 12, 2006 |
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