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Crossing Over | Christian Fiction Genre Spotlight

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It is no shocker that the publishing game is under­going rapid-fire change. The astonishing growth in self-­publishing (over half a million self-published titles were released in 2013, up 400 percent since 2008, according to a recent Bowker report), the continued improvements in ereaders and digital reading apps, the rise in print on demand, and mergers among the Big Six (now Big Five) publishers are creating ripple effects throughout the industry.

Collins’s Legal Thriller, Dekker’s Pick of the Month, & A Tale of Christmas Forever | Christian Fiction Reviews, November 15, 2014

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Collins has written a fast-paced, plot-driven tale of suspense; Dekker’s A.D. 30 is biblical fiction of the highest caliber; Miller delivers a heartrending tale of family, love, and forgiveness.

Christmas Literary Escapes: Head Home for the Holidays with These 21 Festive Titles

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These holiday tales will soon have you wanting to pack up and visit a small town (or island) for Christmas, so settle in for another snowy season of crime and family get-togethers.

Lee, McDonough, Parks’s Debut of the Month, Holiday Titles | Christian Fiction Reviews

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Lee builds a dramatic and unforgettable portrait of an intriguing woman, McDonough’s well-rounded, sympathetically drawn characters feel like old friends, Parks’s action-packed and compelling tale of suspense is haunting in its intensity.

Q&A: Tosca Lee

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Lee, author of The Legend of Sheba: Rise of a Queen, talks to LJ about her latest project, which explores the life of Bilqis, the mysterious ruler who matched wits with King Solomon and who today holds a place in Ethiopian oral tradition and women’s history.

Sustaining Suspense: High-octane CF Thrillers

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Complex characters and a tense plot make Seagrass Pier a thrilling tale of romantic suspense, Mills skillfully builds a menacing overall tone, Wiehl and Henry deliver a totally engrossing fast-paced detective series

Moran’s Debut of the Month, Cambron’s First Series, Gohlke’s Historical Appeal, & More | Christian Fiction Reviews

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Moran’s story will charm fans of women’s fiction and readers seeking a fresh, funny, and heartfelt tale, Cambron expertly weaves together multiple plotlines, time lines, and perspectives, Christy Award–winning Gohlke tells a haunting story

A Thriller from Blackstock, WW II Drama from Breslin, Bridge to Haven by Rivers, & More | Christian Fiction Reviews

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Blackstock’s Distortion unfolds at a breakneck pace; now is the time For Such a Time; a poignant and bittersweet Bridge to Haven; plus a list of titles from the April 15 issue.

Q&A: Francine Rivers

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Francine Rivers on her career, the Christian fiction genre, and her latest book Bridge to Haven.

Christian Fiction Reviews | February 15, 2014

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Reviews of Patricia Bradley’s Shadows of the Past, Ted Dekker’s Eyes Wide Open, Robin Lee Hatcher’s A Promise Kept, Cara C. Putman’s Shadowed by Grace: A Story of Monuments Men, and a list of titles from the February 15 issue.

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