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Do “Free” Books Stop Me from Buying Higher-Priced Books?

Taking a Chance on New and Independent Authors

Christian Fiction: A Changing Genre

Do You Finish Every Book You Start?

Publishing Books As a Series: Just a Sales Gimmick?

Romance IS a Real Matter in Fiction

Diversity in Christian Fiction: How Can Readers Help?

Clean Fiction vs. Dirty Fiction?

Book Blurbs: Do You Love ‘Em or Hate ‘Em?

There’s No Such Thing As a Free Book

The Kindness of Critical Book Reviews

Maintaining the Joy of Reading as an Author

Contemporary Fiction is a Real Genre

Taking the Lord’s Name in Vain, and Christian Books

Ebooks vs. “Real” Books? No.

Christian Fiction That Doesn’t Mention Christ?

Want Deeper, Grittier Christian Books? Then They Won’t Be “G-rated”

Want Different Books? You May Have to Do Something Different

Dear Authors and Readers: It’s Not About “Us” vs. “Them”

Will TVs, Movies, Gadgets, and Gizmos Make Books Obsolete?

Publication Year and Relevance: Why I Review and Recognize Older Books

Predictability in Fiction

Living that Bookish Life

Romance in Christian Fiction: How Much Heat is Too Much?

Couple Malibu Kiss

Be Careful of Book Presumptions!

Book Presumptions

A Case for Short Books

Yes, I’m a Reader. Yes, I’m an Author.

Reader and Author

Because a Novel Saved My Life

a-novel-saved-my-life-and-yellas-prayers-1

When a Bookworm Likes the Film Version Better

Book vs. Flim

 

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