Abingdon Fall Fiction
Bonnie Calhoun

Bonnie S. Calhoun is the Founder and Publisher of Christian Fiction Online Magazine . She is also the Owner and Director of the Christian Fiction Blog Alliance which is the parent organization for the magazine.

In addition to her passion for spreading the word about Christian fiction, Bonnie is also an author of suspense/mystery thrillers. In the summer of 2009, she signed a co-authored two book contract with Abingdon Press. The first book will be released in 2011 and the second in 2012. She is represented by Terry Burns at Hartline Literary.

Letter from the Publisher

February 1st 2010

Dear Readers,

Happy February, this is the month for love. Okay…so I couldn’t think of anything more profound to say about the month! It was either Valentine’s Day or Punxsutawney Phil. And now that they think the poor rodent is politically incorrect, his furry little days may be numbered.

We are so excited to be offering you two more new columns! Real live marriage and family therapist Jeannie Campbell is our new Character Therapist over on the Blitz tab. And she has a real couch too!

We’re also welcoming PR Publicist Kathy Carlton Willis as out new Readers Only column to help you get the most out of reading. And she will be giving a lot of resources for you to share with friends, librarians and book club leaders.

You may notice RSS Feed Chicklets on some pages. We are populating them as fast as we can, and all pages will have RSS, Facebook, Twitter and any other feed that you can think of for sharing by the time we are done.

And a couple other notes…the Short Stories have moved from the Brilliant Tab to the Home Tab, and our Rachel Hauck has retitled her column Dodging Raindrops! Hmmm in this weather it probably should have been Ducking Snowflakes!

Happy Ground Hog, and Valentine’s Day!

God bless!
Phil 3:16

Bonnie S. Calhoun

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