Judgment Day
Susan May Warren

Author Interview

Susan May Warren

“Every job is important, by the mere fact that GOD has called us to do it.” Isn’t that a wonderful truth? Susan May Warren not only exercises this in her own life by writing stories that glorify God, she also encourages family, friends, and fellow writers with her willingness to teach others, while remaining willing to learn and grow within her own life journey. Susan has been blessed to experience myriad life circumstances, ranging from full-time missionary to homeschool mom of four children. Along the way, she has pursued and honed her writing craft. With more than thirty titles in print and multiple awards to her credit, she still remains excited to share her love for a well-crafted story!

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Nancy Moser


The Racing Pigeon Club

My husband and I were driving to Nebraska for a football game. I was at the wheel. A pickup pulling an enclosed trailer passed me. On the back of the trailer was written SIOUXLAND RACING PIGEON CLUB.

My first thought was, You’ve got to be kidding. My second thought was more gracious. A racing pigeon club? Really? How exactly does one get interested in such a thing?

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Dee Stewart

Multicultural Fiction

Fall Hard for Amish Lit
An interview with Cindy Woodsmall
Part II

Cindy Woodsmall is a New York Times best-selling author whose connection with the Amish community has been featured on ABC Nightline and on the front page of the Wall Street Journal. This fall she sat down with Christian Fiction Online Magazine to share about her new novel series and some truths about Amish culture in Christian fiction. Following is part two of a two-part series. This month she shares writing wisdom and...

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Kelly Klepfer

Reviewers Corner

Three Reviews

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

Divine Appointments by Charlene Ann Baumbich

Someone to Blame: A Novel [Paperback] by C. S. Lakin

Ransomed Dreams (Side Roads) by Sally John

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Mindy Starns Clark

Spine Chiller Thrillers

Christian Amish Gothic Mysteries? Seriously?

There are sub-genres and then there are sub-sub-genres, but how I managed to find myself writing in a sub-sub-sub-genre is no mystery to me. All I have to do is walk into a library and inhale that old-book smell—the intoxicating scent of stories waiting to be discovered, characters to befriend, pages to be turned—and my mind goes straight to my first...

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