Colorado Christian Writers Conference
Rachel Hauck

Author Interview

Meet Rachel Hauck

“Did I mention to you that Rachel Hauck is coming to our house?”

“Rachel Hauck?” Bill smirks and acts as though he didn’t know. “Today?”

“Yes, today. Rachel Hauck. She lives in Florida. And I thought it would be a great idea to have her come to our home.”

Bill unhooks Jake’s collar. “You mean we’re not taking our usual virtual tour? I don’t have to pack the Jeep?”

“No, she’s coming to our house.

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Pamela Tracey

Spine Chiller Thrillers


It was a dark and stormy night as the Rabid Reader climbs the trellis outside the suspense novelist’s home. Looking right and left, Rabid Reader assures herself that she hasn’t been seen. Good. She has trained for this day. Dressed in black, she feels a bit like a cat burglar. Only it isn’t jewels she wants; it’s information. Once she climbs through the conveniently unlocked window and lands quietly on soft carpet, she tiptoes across the bedroom and looks down the hallway. 

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Julie Lessman

Genre Happenings


“But I don’t write ‘historicals,’” I said stupidly to my agent. “I write romance.”

Uh, wrong. And, yes, I was that green of a writer, one who actually didn’t consider the historical aspect of my story as important as the emotional tug-of-war between the hero and heroine. I mean, come on now, everybody knows the most important thing is what happens in the story not when it happens, right?

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CaroleWhang Schutter

Multicultural Fiction


It was only after I moved to Aspen from Hawaii almost twenty years ago that I discovered I was Asian-American. Before that, I considered myself just an American.

Growing up in multiethnic Hawaii was very different from the experiences of rest of the continental United States, which we “locals” called “the mainland.” For one thing, Hawaii had no majority population. It was one-third white and two-thirds everything else. People took pride and interest in their ancestry, while learning to live together in peace.

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Kim Ford

Reviewers Corner

This month's featured reviewer:
Kim Ford

Kim Ford has been a resident of Alabama for more than ten years. Originally from Georgia, she holds a Bachelor’s degree in English from Brenau Women’s College. She has spent the past 9 years in sales and marketing and has been an avid reader of Christian Fiction for more than 20 years.

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Nancy Moser


Someone Has To Do It

Garage (g-raj’): A building or wing of a building in which to park a car or cars.

Oh, so that’s what it’s for. I could have sworn it was for storing Notinheres. You know, those possessions that live in the house until someone asks the fateful question, “Where should I put this?”


Out it goes to the garage, where it begins its new life.

It’s not a bad fate being relegated to the garage. There’s plenty of fresh air (except for the exhaust fumes), no one bothers you (except to shove you deeper into a corner), and with luck you can live to extreme old age (anyone care for a fossilized can of mauve paint?).

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