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

March 1st 2010

Dear Readers,

Welcome to March! Whether you have had Snowmaggedon, Snopocolypse, SnOMG, or our northeastern latest…Snowicane (for the fierce winds)…I just want to make note of God’s beauty and majesty displayed in nature. He sure puts on a great show! (LOL…I love snow).

In a few short weeks the snow will be gone, and in many places spring is already bursting forth. The old will have passed and the new will be upon us. And in that vein, we have “new” upon us here at CFOM!

The Reviewers Corner will now be called Novel Reviewers Corner. The wonderful Kelly Klepfer, Senior Editor at Novel Reviews will now be bringing us an awesome selection of reviews from their site. Be sure to stop by and see the latest and greatest.

And Misty Taggart, the dynamic Executive Producer of Trailer To The Stars will become the permanent columnist for Book Videos. Her company is known far and wide for the outstanding quality of their book trailers. And every month she will share her process, and a selection of great new trailers with our audience!

And last but not least, we finally have the social networking and email links on each of the column pages. The next renovation round includes getting RSS feeds on all of the columns. You will notice that some columns do have them now.

So welcome to March and a new month of CFOM…enjoy!

God bless!
Phil 3:16

Bonnie S. Calhoun

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