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Aug
2017
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A Conversation With Dawn V. Cahill

Author Dawn V. Cahill pens “stories of victorious faith for the 21st century,” nearly always with a crossword puzzle, sudoku or dark chocolate nearby. She has written newspaper articles, three Christian contemporary novels and more limericks than she can count. She is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers. How do you pick the location/setting of...
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Jul
2017
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June 2017 New Releases in Christian Fiction

July 2017 New Releases More in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the ACFW Fiction Finder website. Contemporary Romance: On Love’s Gentle Shore by Liz Johnson — When Natalie O’Ryan’s fiancé books their wedding in her hometown, Natalie didn’t know the only reception venue available would be an old barn belonging to Justin...
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Jul
2017
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A Conversation With Sandra Glahn

Sandra Glahn teaches in the Media Arts and Worship Department at Dallas Theological Seminary. She’s authored more than 20 books, including the Christy fiction finalist Lethal Harvest. She loves storytelling, mostly medical suspense. How do you pick the location/setting of your romantic suspense novels? Sandra: I learned from reading the Bible that “place” can have...
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12
Jul
2017
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Hope—A Four Letter Word That Keeps Us Writing

This piece originally appeared on the ACFW blog on June 22, 2017.  I’ve been thinking a lot about hope lately in relation to writing, and how we can forget to cultivate hope in our quest for publication, sales, and reaching readers. When our hope buckets are empty or nearly so, we find ourselves fighting discouragement,...
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7
Jul
2017
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Jared Overhears Mary’s Decision to Sell the Painting, Chapter 32, continued, Phantom Love

In the front parlor on the opposite side of the living room, Jared held his breath. His conscience pricked over eavesdropping on Mary and the Mr. Sullivan’s conversation, but he told himself he needed to know what Mary was up to because of the possible connection to Wildcat and the fraud case. He had thought...
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