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What is a Christian Story, Anyway?

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Today’s stop is a a guest post with Grace Gidman, in which I talk about what Christian fiction is and whether Implant falls into that category. Read it and find out! And happy Sunday to you all!

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Oops, That Was An Accident

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There are good accidents and bad accidents. Having Implant come out as a dystopia was, I think, a good accident. A dear friend and talented fellow writer Jonathan Garner let me talk about that over on his blog today. Hop on over and have a look! And his writing really is quite brilliant, so if you have some time you should stay and look around a little longer.

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A Stardust-and-Gravel Interview

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Don’t you just love that name, “Stardust and Gravel“? That’s the title of the gorgeous blog I’m featured on today. When Sarah Scheele asked me to be interviewed on her website, I was excited. I’ve long seen Sarah’s name and work here and there on the blogosphere, and enjoyed finally getting a chance to work with her!

In this interview I talk about science-fiction, genre, inspiration, and more–and Sarah even included a fun Q&A session that has nothing to do with writing! So head on over, find out more, and have a look at some of her other posts while … Keep reading

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Too Many Murders

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I’m a very big fan of detective and mystery stories. I always have been. From Encyclopedia Brown when I was seven, to Nancy Drew when I was twelve, from Sherlock Holmes in my teens, to Agatha Christie as an adult–I love a good whodunnit. I also enjoy mystery TV shows–Monk, Psych, Murder, She Wrote… if it’s clever and mysterious and more or less clean, I like it.

It wasn’t surprising that for my first “serious” works when I was a young teen I chose to write a mystery series–about twins, Annie and Bobby Tucker. They took on cases and solved … Keep reading

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