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“It’s that simple…” – An Interview with Catholic Novelist Amanda Hamm


Most Recent Book: Andrew’s Key   List of Books Published: Meet Cute: 5 Romantic Short Stories The 4th Floor Lounge Weathering Evan   http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/929579.Amanda_Hamm/blog Author Twitter Account: @byAmandaHamm   CF: Why do you write? AH: I write because I enjoy it.  It’s that simple.   CF: Is there a favorite place you have to write? AH: I write anywhere I can find peace and quiet.  I have a husband and four children though.  Sometimes I have to settle for peace or quiet. Call me... Read More →


“So that the act of reading itself disappears…” – An Interview with Christian Novelist Rick Cassian


Most Recent Book: The Sacred Path   Education: Master of Divinity, PhD Candidate   Current Employment: Pastor   Profile: I think others see me as a fun guy who likes to approach the world with slightly different perspectives.  This ranges from my physical appearance, i.e., clothing style, hair style, and demeanor, to the responses I give in various situations.  If I am truly viewed like this, how could I ask for anything more?  As long as... Read More →


“Looking at the World through God’s Eyes” – An Interview with Catholic Novelist Antony B. Kolenc


Most Recent Book: The Chronicles of Xan: Shadow in the Dark; The Haunted Cathedral The Fire of Eden (Oak Tara)   Education:  J.D., University of Florida- Levin College of Law, Gainesville, FL ; M.A. in Theology, Franciscan University of Steubenville, Ohio; B.A., Excelsior College, Albany, NY.   Current Employment: Law Professor, Florida Coastal School of Law, Jacksonville, FL.   Profile: Smart, funny, caring, and professional.   Author Website: www.chroniclesofxan.com   Favorite Quote: “Pray, hope, and don’t worry!” – Padre Pio. Favorite... Read More →


“I love good fiction and I love my faith.” – An Interview with Catholic Novelist Stephanie Landsem


Most Recent Book: The Thief   Education: B.A. History, College of St. Benedict/St. John’s University Current Employment: Full time author and full time mom.   Profile: Stephanie Landsem writes historical fiction because she loves adventure in far-off times and places. In real life, she’s explored ancient ruins, medieval castles, and majestic cathedrals around the world. Stephanie is equally happy at home in Minnesota with her husband, four children, and three fat cats. When she’s not... Read More →


“Right reason in regards to the making of things” – An Interview with Catholic Novelist Anthony Crescio


Most Recent Book: Just a Little Talk Education: some college Current Employment: Student at Marquette University   Profile:  I am a fun loving guy, who wants to make the most out of every minute, learning the lessons God provides us with in every minute and helping others to see that as well.   Author Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tony.crescio    Favorite Quote: “Thou hast made us for Thyself and our hearts are restless until they come to rest in Thee.” by... Read More →


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