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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. She recently 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

January 1st 2010

Dear Readers,

I’d like to wish all of our readers a happy New Year! May this year be full of the blessings of the Lord in your life and the ministry that you choose to give the Lord as an offering.

We’ve got great line-up of columns and columnists for you this year. First we have to say goodbye to our Fiction Rants column with Michelle Levigne. It has been a pleasure reading her column and she will be missed. God bless you and keep you Michelle.

And we are also saying adieu to our Cover Interviewer Valerie Faulkner. She has been with us since the beginning and her time constraints were just getting to tight to continue. But we have a great new interviewer taking her place. Join me in welcoming Kim Ford as our new Cover Interviewer.

There is a new crazy lady on our block! The column is aptly titled “Diary of a Crazy Writer.” Welcome Deborah Anderson to CFOM!

February is going to be a great month with several new columns coming on line including “Character Therapy” with Jeannie Campbell, and a “For Readers Only” column with Kathy Carlton Willis. So stay tuned!

As we move thru the year, I am always on the lookout for interesting things that I think our readers would like to hear about, so if you run up on a column idea, or even a great short story, don’t hesitate to get in touch with me using the “about Us” link at the bottom of any page.

God bless!
Phil 3:16

Bonnie S. Calhoun

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