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Interview: Gary Rodriguez, Author of ‘Escape Through The Wilderness’

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"The book was written to challenge young readers with the reality that they will face trials and tribulations of all sorts along life's journey." Read More »

Interview: Amber Neben, Author of ‘When Shmack Happens’

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"We need to remember that we are refined in the fires of life and rarely does growth come without struggle or stress." Read More »

Interview: K. Madill, Author of ‘Mandamus and Luco – The Stolen Herd’

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I think I was bitten by the storytelling bug after reading Maurice Sendak’s 'Where the Wild Things Are.' A forest growing in my room, a private boat followed by a wild rumpus? Yes please! Read More »

Interview: Jermaine Gadson, Author of ‘Tactics, Trends, & Traits of the Enemy’

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"People are being destroyed because they don't recognize when they are under spiritual attack." Read More »

Interview: Ken Malovos, Author of ‘Contempt of Court’

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"I hope that readers will have a new appreciation for how hard trial lawyers work every day." Read More »

Interview: RL Keller, Author of ‘Man’s Rejection of God’

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"In the end I call all Christians to take a hard look at themselves in the mirror to determine how much like Jesus they really are." Read More »

Interview: P. Christina Greenaway, Author of ‘Written in Ruberah’

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"It’s easy to be critical of yourself, after all, who knows better than you just how much of a better person you ought to be, could be." Read More »

Interview: Phillip L. Davidson, Author of ‘Dreamer’

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"I hope that people of God will see God’s will and men’s faith through a different prism, that of warriors." Read More »

Interview with Kim Hilton, Author of ‘Closet Words’

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"God has helped me with words for teaching and writing that can be encouraging to other people." Read More »

Interview with Ronald Kirk, Author of ‘Thy Will Be Done’

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"A comprehensive rethinking of our faith in historic terms and with strict application to the Scriptures is necessary for revival." Read More »