Greater Phila Christian Writers Conference
Robert Liparulo

Author Interview

Meet Robert Liparulo

Having received my very first assignment as an interviewer, I’m wondering if I should have learned short-hand… although I doubt it would make this any easier.

I’ve felt edgy and a bit apprehensive since finding out I had the ‘scary-story-telling’ author to interview. I knew he wrote, ‘sit on the edge of your seat’ thrillers and being a scaredy-cat at heart I speculate, will this change my dreams into nightmares?

Robert Liparulo is an award-winning author of over a thousand published articles and short stories. He’s filling our bookshelves...

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Deborah Khuanghlawn

Reviewers Corner

Note from the Editor -

Historical fiction reviews are featured this month. On this page I've posted several book reviews I thought you might enjoy. We also have a special book reviewer featured this month. Her name is Deb Khuanghlawn, and she is amazing. Here is a little bit more about her reading and reviewing experience...

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Tosca Lee

Genre Happenings

Speculative Fiction - Love It Or Leave It!

...the juicy morsel at the center of the weirdness* that is speculative fiction is this: Everyone does it. So there it is: guilty pleasure and validation.

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Marilynn Griffith

Multicultural Fiction

The Color Of Love

Summer is blooming and romance is the air. Political intrigue and racial dialogue are blowing around, too. In Christian fiction, readers get a wonderful taste of race and relationships in Claudia Mair Burney’s new release, Zora and Nicky (David C. Cook, April 2008)...

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Nancy Moser


The Keeper of Time

Be still before the LORD, all mankind, because he has roused himself from his holy dwelling. Zechariah 2:13 (NIV)

My to-do list is novel length. And though editors have often insisted I cut thousands of words from my overlong...

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Nancy Moser