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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 snarky suspense/mystery thrillers. Her first novel, Cooking The Books (A Sloane Templeton Story) will release from Abingdon Press in April 2012.

Letter from the Publisher

March 1st 2011

Dear Readers,

Welcome to March.

I’m pretty sure the groundhog said spring was on the way, and I think the robin I saw in my yard yesterday was hurling insults at said groundhog. He, she, or it was trying valiantly to keep its little bird feet from breaking through the crust on the snow to no avail. What a sad sight…a bird body surfing on the snow. Oh well, give it a few weeks and it will be all mud.

We’ve got a retiring column this month. This will be the last installment of “For Readers Only” so we bid a fond farewell to Kathy Carlton Willis.

But on that same Brilliant Tab we are introducing a new column with multi-published author DiAnn Mills at the helm! It’s called DiAnn Direct,  and she is going to instruct in the craft of writing.

We endeavor to keep a good mix of reader and writer related columns in our magazine. I like to refer to it as “a work in progress.” We’re always looking for new and exciting, and fresh and above the curve, so if you have an idea for a column, throw it our way and see if it sticks! We’re always open to suggestion.

If any of you are in the San Diego area, Kathi Macias and I will be faculty at the National Christian Writers Conference at the San Diego Convention Center on March 26th. 

Come on by and say hi!

Be blessed…and a blessing.

Bonnie S. Calhoun

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