up next month, Christian Fiction Online Magazine
offers more talented columnists and interesting topics.
Introducing November’s issue:
My Editor’s Spotlight
is on author and literary agent Tamela Hancock Murray.
I first met Tamela in Denver, Colorado at the ACRW conference in 2004.
Learn more about Tamela by reading “Editor’s Spotlight.”
In Publisher’s Choice,
Bonnie introduces Jim Hart, Internet Marketing
Manager of Bethany House.
Author-Interviewee for the November issue is the amazing,
talented, edgy, and award-winning John Olson. John
just received an award for his work on the ACFW fiction finder site. He
also won Book of the Year for his story Fossil Hunter!
columnist Michelle Levigne rants on popular fiction
in Fiction Rants. Her November column is titled “The
Magic Knot.” Read her column to find out her thoughts about
aka Randy Rooney, writes another column about Sam
the Plumber and “Those Wacko Amazon reviews/reviewers”.
Read this column for a belly laugh as Sam just keeps getting crazier
Our not-at-all-humble fiction
etiquette columnist, Jan Flanders, is retiring
her column. The columnist’s exploding success of her publishing
business with Sheaf House now takes all of her free time. A hearty
thanks to Joan Shoup for entertaining us for all
these months with her twisted take on southern charm.
In Making a Scene,
Brandilyn Collins shares a different type of lesson in
November. It’s titled “Ten Things I’ve Learned as a Novelist.”
Stop by and take notes from a master craftswoman.
Real Life Is Stranger
columnist, Trish Perry, pens another hilarious tale
from a headline taken straight from the news. This one is titled “The
Hunt is for Red What?” As Trish retells another true-to-life
story, she puts a funny fiction twist on things.
This month Nora St.
Laurent, our Book Clubs columnist,
interviews Diann Mills. If you’re considering starting a book club,
you’ll want to check out this column.
ACFW Publicity Officer, Angie
Breidenbach, writes a column titled “What’s new?”
Find out more details by reading the ACFW Happenings
Gotta Get It?
columnist and agent, Kelly Mortimer, writes a
column titled “Let’s Play Tag, I’ll Beat Ya!”
Kelly’s sense of humor is classic Kelly and sure to make you smile
while she teaches you something about writing.
What’s going on in the world of
Christian fiction? Heard It Through Hartline
columnist Joyce Heart shares her latest news in the
Editor Adele Annesi
shares editorial wisdom in her column Word for Words.
If you plan to become published, you’ll want to bookmark this page.
Multi-published author Loree
Lough has her own advice column titled Loree’s
Lough Down. Her next article is another creative one titled “Who
Needs a Hairdresser When You’re Plucking Yourself Bald?”
Intriguing title, isn’t it?
Youth pastor and columnist David
Meigs shares his latest insights regarding fiction and it’s
impact on the reader’s life in his Life Transforming Fiction
Our Write Real
columnist, Mary DeMuth, offers some wisdom in her
article titled “Why Christ Followers Should Read Fiction,
Part 2.” Mary gives sound advice every author can benefit
from. Unfortunately, this is her last column. We’ll miss you Mary!
provides more spiritual encouragement in her Devotional
column. Everything Nancy writes for CFOM is
incredibly inspirational, and this one is no exception.
Next month, Box Office
or Book Store columnist, Sarah Salter,
critiques Not Easily Broken, a novel, which is also
a movie. This column focuses on which media is better: the book or the
movie? Sarah will analyze them both and share her thoughts.
shares more sage wisdom in her series on social networking called Faces,
Tweets, and Spaces. November’s column is not yet titled.
Our Quantum Marketing
columnist and expert marketing guru, Jim Rubart,
discusses “Book Trailers, What Works and What Doesn’t.”
His insight blows my mind. It’ll impress you too.
YA columnist, Jill Williamson, writes All
About YA. Her November column is titled “Frank
Peretti and the Cooper Kids.” She discusses Peretti’s YA
Talented screenplay writer Caroline
Friday reviews various novels every month. Her column focuses
on why the title chosen that month should be Made for Movies.
November’s column spotlights The Apothecary’s Daughter
by Julie Klassen.
Last, in Screenwriting
101, writer/director CJ Powers adds
another insightful column that is not yet titled.
Our November guest columnists
should delight readers as well:
is our Multicultural Fiction columnist for October.
Make sure to stop by and see what she has to say about the subject.
works as a GED Instructor but still finds time to write and meet her
deadlines. Find out how she manages in Author by Night.
is the featured Historical Suspense author for the Genre
Happenings column. She discusses what the genre must contain
and why she loves to write in that genre.
In For Writers Only,
Bonnie Leon discusses
how to write about international setting perseverance in her column.
You can learn a lot from other writers, and Bonnie knows what she is
talking about! Read her column for some fresh insight.
for November features Suspense. This column spotlights enthusiastic
book reviewer Sharon Lavy.
is our featured POD/Self-Publishing columnist for
the November issue. She discusses her experiences with POD presses and
her most recent successes. So stop by to find out more about Deb, her
experiences as an author, and her books.
CFOM’s Book Videos
columnist is ??? Come and find out! :-)
introduces Abingdon’s editor Barbara Scott. She
shares Abingdon’s vision for publishing Christian fiction and discusses
future plans for their house.
is the featured agent for November’s Agent Corner.
Come meet Janet of Books n Such Literary Agency. She was spotlighted
here once before so this time her column will have a new twist.
This November, Angie
Brillhart, in-house publicists for Barbour, is the columnist
for Publicity: Everyone Needs It. Want to know how
this woman manages publicity for Barbour? Read this column and find
Our CFBA Blog Tour
blog winner for October is unveiled in the November issue. Although
there are many great reviews and blogs to choose from, each month the
editor’s challenge is to find the best in the bunch.
Our Spine Chiller
Thriller columnist for November is Mark Andrew Olsen.
He writes suspense thrillers for Bethany House. If you want to know
where he gets his inspiration to write such compelling stories, you’ll
want to read this column.
Last, our Short Stories
column features two entertaining tales. The third and final installment
of Stinky Switcheroo by Christa Banister.
The other story is titled “F is For Fatal” by Elizabeth
Ludwig. Both of these shorts are engaging and sure to make
That’s it for the November
issue. Come back every month and check out our latest columns.
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