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“My goal is to tap into the natural curiosity of readers” – Interview with Catholic Writer Charles Gill


Most Recent Book: Dialog of the Guardian Agents Education: BS, Agricultural Engineering Current Employment: Project Manager Profile: Charles Gill has been married to Anita for more than 33 years and they have five children, the oldest of whom is a Catholic priest. Mr. Gill is a member of the Knights of Columbus, and a member of St. Peter the Apostle Parish in Libertytown, Maryland. He is a part-time writer and writes books of... Read More →


“The lens through which we see the world” – An Interview with Catholic Novelist Kaye Park Hinckley


Most Recent Book: Birds of a Feather Education: B.S. Spring Hill College, Mobile, AL Current Employment: Author Profile: I’d like to be seen as a Southern writer and a Catholic writer who peels back the layers of ‘place’ and finds grace as an essential truth hidden there – examples that the human soul can embrace, remember, and even hold to. List of Books Published: A Hunger in the Heart, and Birds of a Feather   Author... Read More →


“You know you live in a Catholic world, and you write accordingly” –An Interview with Catholic Novelist Colleen Drippe


Most Recent Book: Gelen Education:  BA (double major) Philosophy and English Literature. Current Employment:  writer, gardener, grandmother, former teacher.   List of Books Published:  The Little Blue House Christmas at the Little Blue House Growing with the Little Blue House Mystery at Miner’s Creek Godcountry Gelen   Favorite Quote: “It all comes out in the wash.” – Old English Idiom. Favorite Poem: “Dover Beach” by Matthew Arnold. Favorite Novel: Dinner at Antoines by F.P. Keyes. Favorite Movie: The Thirteenth Warrior (1999). Favorite Painting: The... Read More →


“I strive to write from my heart” – An Interview with Christian Novelist Joyce Ray


Most Recent Book: Feathers & Trumpets, A Story of Hildegard of Bingen Education: MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults, Vermont College of Fine Arts, Montpelier, VT. Current Employment: self-employed writer. Profile: I’m an active member of the United Church of Christ who tries to notice God’s grace in my life every day. I have been blessed with a devoted husband, three sensitive grown daughters with caring husbands and four amazing grandchildren.... Read More →


“I would write even if no one were reading” – An Interview with Catholic Novelist Gary J. Ludlam


Most Recent Book: Aachen Education: B.S., Physics California Institute of Technology; Ph.D., Physics Boston University. Current Employment: Engineering manager. Profile: I am a Catholic husband and father of four. My engineering career is balanced by a passion for writing and the literary arts that I have enjoyed on and off since I was in high school. Aachen, a young adult historical fiction, is my first novel, and I am currently working on a... Read More →


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