Judgment Day
Deb Raney

Author Interview

Meet Deb Raney

Award-winning author Deb Raney has enjoyed a lifelong love of words and the power of a good story. Life was full of many blessings, including four children, when she wrote her first novel. The Lord blessed this effort abundantly, and now...

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Wanda Dyson

Spine Chiller Thrillers

High-Octane Suspense

High octane? Does that mean more miles to the gallon? Or more words to the page? Actually, it’s just a little more bang for the buck and a faster read. If you like can’t-turn-the-page-fast-enough books, high octane suspense is probably right up your alley. Or right up your readometer, anyway.

I fell in love with this kind of writing from watching the movies I can’t get enough of : Die Hard, True Lies, Diggstown, Speed, and Live Free or Die Hard. I wanted to write books that would grab readers by the throat and carry them along to the end—the same way these movies did to me.

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Dee Stewart

Multicultural Fiction

Fall Hard for Amish Lit
An interview with Cindy Woodsmall
Part I

Cindy Woodsmall is a New York Times best-selling author whose connection with the Amish community has been featured on ABC Nightline and on the front page of the Wall Street Journal. This fall she sits down with Christian Fiction Online Magazine to share her new novel series and some truths about Amish culture in Christian fiction with a 2 part series.

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Kelly Klepfer

Reviewers Corner

Three Reviews

Kelly Klepfer brings you the latest reviews on the hottest books!

Abigail by Jill Eileen Smith

For Time and Eternity (Sister Wife) by Allison Pittman

Pearl in the Sand by Tessa Afshar

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Nancy Moser



Just as the sun was rising, I took an early morning walk—something I should do every day but rarely do because I forget, am too lazy, or can always think of something better to do.

As I headed up our country road to the west, I marveled at the clouds. They took up the entire vista, swirled in white and blue like cotton candy. I couldn’t take my eyes off of them, they drew me upward—totally. Both my sight and my soul.

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