I've always been a big fan of My Life as a Doormat by Rene Gutteridge. I even like it's mini-subtitle: In three acts. Something about the title speaks to me. Maybe it's the fact that I did theatre throughout jr. high, high school, and college. Probably. Because, in fact, the story's main character (Leah) is … Continue reading A Book Turned Film…
Have you done one of these Christian fiction scavenger hunts before? If not, I very strongly recommend it. Basically, you'll start the hunt by visiting Stop #1 at Lisa T. Bergren's website. From there, Bergren will introduce you to another author, and direct you to their site. That author, then, will direct you to another. … Continue reading Scavenger Hunt!! Discover new authors through a link of websites.
How does an author pique your interest in his/her books?
What makes a cover?
Kristin Billerbeck, how I love thee. Well...that might be over the top. Maybe. But heavens, I love this author.
Much has been made of the concern over whether or not Christian fiction, itself, is dying.
Christian fiction is typically showcased through two primary avenues: The Christy Awards and The Carol Awards.
How can one book move me so fully while another leaves me so unfulfilled -- even though they're written by the same author?
The heart of what is needed in a successful story is the need for a wresting of true emotions.