I is for Ironside


No, not the American detective in a wheelchair 🙂 As I've been making my way through this year's April AtoZ Challenge on the theme of Christian Fiction, I've been trying to read some of the genre that I'd never heard of. So I called upon some fellow members of the Association of Christian Writers for …

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H is for Heaven


A writing friend of mine bought me the Mitch Albom book, 'Tuesdays with Morrie'. It might be one of the most beautiful books I've ever read. My friend had considered buying Albom's other popular work,  'The Five People you Meet in Heaven' but didn't. I was glad she plumped for Tuesdays. It wasn't long after …

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F is for Frank and Francine


Sorry folks, this one is a bit of a rush as I'm away at the mo, with not much internet available. The first Christian fiction I read was This Present Darkness, by Frank Peretti. I was a new Christian and it was a treat to read a story that tracked the activity in the spiritual …

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E is for Edmund


Though I did say in Day 3’s post, The Screwtape Letters is my favourite of the works of C.S. Lewis, my favourite of his characters is Edmund. Edmund Pevensie almost gives away the whole of Narnia, and Aslan’s plans, for Turkish Delight. He is taken in by the White Witch’s false promises and but for the …

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D is for Dan Brown


My guilty secret 🙂 We can’t talk about Christian and Fiction and leave out Dan Brown; even though you may prefer I did. I loved The Da Vinci Code movie, and the Angels and Demons book and movie. I think Brown tells a great story, and his other works are definitely on my TBR pile. (To …

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