Attracted To Fire

Melody Carlson

Author Interview

Melody Carlson

Melody Carlson is a prolific and versatile writer. I had the privilege of meeting her at the International Christian Retail Show in Atlanta this past July. Melody has a quiet voice and a laid-back disposition, but her passion for writing is evident in everything she says and does. She has a real burden for today’s teens, saying that they think they can handle everything in their lives, but when things go wrong, they don’t have the coping skills to deal with the problems that result from the choices they make.

I hope you will enjoy spending time with Melody and that you will look among her many titles for entertainment and encouragement.

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Kelly Klepfer

Novel Reviews

Three Great Reviews

Dry As Rain by Gina Holmes

The Opposite of Art by Athol Dickson

Composing Amelia by Alison Strobel

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Nora St. Laurent


Book Fun at the Book Club Network

I’m thrilled that authors, book club leaders, and readers are catching the vision of the Book Fun we can have at The Book Club Network. Normally we have one giveaway a month, but in September we had two big giveaways. Many of our members were hit by the hurricanes on the East Coast and were without power. 

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Dee Stewart

Multicultural Fiction

Fall into Faith, Fun, and Romance with Shana Burton

Fall is one of my favorite times of year for reading. The summer book best-seller blitz is over. My book tour winds down. My next book isn’t due to my publisher for a few months, so I have time to visit some book festivals and soak myself in a good read. This year I wanted to read something funny, romantic, and filled with Christian principles.

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Nancy Moser



I’m a wimp. When one of my kids scraped a knee, I could do my motherly duty, but if it needed stitches, I called in stronger stomachs. I know that words are merely puffs of air, yet when I hear a cuss word, it’s a needle in my heart. And movies . . . I have a vivid imagination. I don’t need to see the details to get the gist of what’s going on. Which is my point. We are sometimes confronted with offensive sights and sounds. We all know how to avoid such intrusions: don’t watch the TV show, don’t read the book, don’t listen to the comedian, lock yourself in a closet.

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