Judgment Day
Trish Perry

Author Interview

Trish Perry

Award-winning novelist Trish Perry had a monthly column, "Real Life is Stranger," that appeared in Christian Fiction Online Magazine during its inaugural year. She was editor of Ink and the Spirit, the newsletter of Washington D.C.'s Capital Christian Writers organization (CCW), for seven years. Before her novels, Trish published numerous short stories, essays, devotionals, and poetry in Christian and general market media.

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Nancy Moser


Good Morning Lord

Early to bed, early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise.

If this proverb is true, I should weigh 120 pounds, have money totaling six figures in my checking account, and be able to explain to my kids what makes the wind blow.

I’ve always been an “early” person, whether it be for a doctor’s appointment, sending out my Christmas cards, or going to bed. The adage “Better late than never” has been banned from all cross-stitched samplers in our home.

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Dee Stewart

Multicultural Fiction

Most Anticipated Novels of 2011

Happy New Year! I’m so excited about 2011, not just because my mom is on the road to recovery and cancer survivorship, or that my debut novel, A Good Excuse to Be Bad, releases just in time to be your summer fun beach read, but because I am not alone in looking forward to reading some of the most anticipated novels—in not just my opinion—to date. For the past three months I’ve thumbed through publishing house sneak peak flyers...

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Kelly Klepfer

Reviewers Corner

Three Reviews

Kelly Klepfer brings you the latest reviews on the hottest books!

The Preacher’s Bride by Jody Hedlund

This Fine Life by Eva Marie Everson

Head In The Clouds by Karen Witemeyer

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Terri Blackstock

Spine Chiller Thrillers

Christian Murder Mysteries and Suspense

When I tell people who don’t read Christian fiction that I write Christian murder mysteries and suspense, they usually stare at me as if I’ve just told them that I write Amish erotica. How could anything Christian have to do with murder? And why would anyone want to read them?

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