Deadly Disclosure
Michael Hyatt

Author Interview

Meet Michael Hyatt

Michael Hyatt, president and CEO of Thomas Nelson Publishing, is a man who is a role model for those who want to practice effective leadership without diminishing the importance of leaving behind a godly family heritage. As Michael’s career goals have broadened and changed over his lifetime, he has acquired valuable leadership tools along the way, and he is gracious to share them.

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James Scott Bell

Spine Chiller Thrillers

Page-Turning Fiction

As a suspense writer, it’s my job to keep readers turning pages. If I don’t do that, it doesn’t matter how stylish my prose or how colorful my characters. My stories need to grab readers from the start and not let go.

I’ve been asked for a few words on how I try to do that.

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Kathi Macias

Genre Happenings

International Fiction . . . Or Fiction With A Mission

Ever since I signed the contract with New Hope Publishers for my four-book fiction series (New Hope’s first-ever venture into the world of fiction!), I’ve been hearing variations of the same question: What’s the genre?

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Dee Stewart

Multicultural Fiction

Three Missions To Write

I am grateful to be sharing this month’s column with you during the Easter season, because Christ has risen and He is alive. To celebrate this momentous good news, we are spotlighting three storytellers who share how their works aren’t just great reads but evangelizing tools to share the gospel with the world.

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Kelly Klepfer

Reviewers Corner

Three Reviews

Kelly Klepfer came on board Novel Reviews several years ago as the Senior Editor through her connections with Gina Holmes, Ane Mulligan and Jessica Dotta of Novel Journey fame.

Dead Reckoning by Ronie Kendig

The Swiss Curier by Tricia Goyer & Mike Yorkey

Burn by Ted Dekker & Erin Healy

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Nancy Moser



I didn’t notice our differences until we stood to sing the first hymn.

The head of the man seated next to me—whose shoulders were in line with mine when we were seated—now came up to my chin.

I slumped. If only I hadn’t worn my peach heels to church I would have . . . still been six inches taller than my most immediate neighbor in the pew.

I’m a tall woman. Five feet nine inches. In my stocking feet. 

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