Christian Fiction

#AtoZChallenge 2024 letter C 

Okay, I admit: my favorite genre is Christian fiction: Christian romance, Christian historical fiction, Christian rom-com. Yes, I will sometimes read historical fiction that isn't necessarily "Christian" historical. 

I do enjoy stories with that element of Christian faith and growth woven throughout. 

Here are a few more of my favorite Christian authors:

Do you enjoy Christian fiction, or Christian non-fiction? Do you have favorite authors in these genres?


  1. I'm also talking about Christian literature today for the challenge.

  2. For a while, I read Amish fiction. My favorite authors in that genre were Wanda Brunstetter and Beverly Lewis. What I enjoyed about these books was the peeks into a culture different from my mainstream American life (including a childhood in New York City). I also followed a blogger, Diane Tolley, who is also a Christian fiction author although her blog was secular. Alana

  3. I don't read much Christian fiction because I find a lot of what I have read in the past is a bit too corny. For example, I'm currently reading The Lasko Interview by Clay Jacobsen which, it turns out, is a Christian crime novel. Have you read it? Or heard of this author? Anyway, it's a good story but it just comes across as a little trite. A couple of novels I loved were Peretti's This Present Darkness and Piercing the Darkness. Outstanding.


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