Mary Jane Clark     Terri Blackstock         Knight and Day

This is going to be a really QUICK!

I’ve received emails about Christian fiction. When I speak to groups and chat with authors, a comment I often hear disparaging comments about Christian fiction. While I respect that everyone is entitled to their opinions, from the ensuing conversations we had, it was evident that many of the detractors haven’t read many, if any, Christian novels. I’m talking about fiction–suspense, mystery, romance–that is jam packed with action, humor, and great characters.

One stereotype that has come up in emails and conversation, is that nothing written without graphic sex, violence and foul language can be anything but boring – and so, to that end, here is a short list of authors that I read, and enjoy very much. People who know me, know that what I read is pretty much intense, action-packed, or a really good mystery. I don’t have time for boring!

I invite you to try some of these authors when you are looking for something new. You might be pleasantly surprised!

Kathy Bain




About NL Quatrano

Award-winning author, speaker, editor and ghost writer, Nancy owns a full-time editing, writing and specialty publishing business: On-Target Words/WC Publishing. Volunteer/member of professional writing organizations including Florida Writers Assoc., Sisters in Crime, and AWAI. 2010 Professional Woman of the Year by the NAPW. Linked in Editor Pick May 2013. International Women's Leadership Association nominee for Outstanding Leadership 2014.
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