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May
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A Conversation With Gail Kittleson

When Gail Kittleson’s not researching World War II, drafting scenes or editing, she facilitates writing workshops and retreats in Iowa and Arizona, where winters find her enjoying the gorgeous Mogollon Rim Ponderosa forest. Favorites: grandchildren, exploring WWII sites with her husband, walking, reading, meeting new people, and hearing from readers. What’s the hardest part of...
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May
2018
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A Conversation With Brenda B. Taylor

Brenda B. Taylor writes sweet historical romance connecting readers of today with events in history, and telling stories about the extraordinary lives of ordinary people. She most enjoys writing stories set in post-Civil War Missouri and 16th century Scotland. What’s the hardest part of writing romantic suspense? Brenda: The hardest part of writing romantic suspense...
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Mar
2018
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A Conversation With H.L. Wegley

H.L. Wegley is an award-winning author of inspirational thrillers and romantic suspense. He’s worked as an USAF intelligence analyst and a weather officer, and a research scientist, and developed computing systems for Boeing. He and his wife retired near Seattle where they enjoy small-group ministry, grandchildren, and Washington beaches. How do you research ways to...
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Mar
2018
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A Conversation With James L. Rubart

James L. Rubart is 28 years old but trapped inside an older man’s body. He’s the bestselling, Christy Book of the Year, Carol, and RT Book Reviews award-winning author of nine novels, and co-owns The Rubart Writing Academy. He lives with his amazing wife in eastern Washington. Why do you like writing romantic suspense? James:...
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Mar
2018
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March 2018 New Releases in Christian Fiction

More in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the ACFW Fiction Finder website.   Contemporary Romance: Finally a Bride by Renee Andrews — Her dreams of love haven’t worked out, but veterinarian Haley Calhoun intends to grant an orphaned boy’s wish. She’ll heal Eli’s injured puppy—while resisting his charming counselor, Gavin Thomason, at...
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