Rob Currie is an award-winning author with a lifelong fascination with World War II. The son of a World War II veteran, Rob enjoys making school presentations to share his contagious enthusiasm for history.
By Melanie Dobson, author of Memories of Glass
When I was a girl, my favorite destination was the bookmobile.
Sometimes there’s one single incident that stands out in our minds where we realize what’s important in life, what path to take when we come to a crossroads. And this was one of mine.
My people are discovering that the God of the Bible — the God of Israel — really does love us, and really did keep His promises, and really did send the Messiah, and that He really wants to forgive our sins and save
I couldn’t change her fate, but then I didn’t want to. I just wanted the honor of telling her story.
by Allison Pittman, author of The Seamstress
Most of my novels come from small places.
My desire in my novels is to take the reader into the world of what is and what might be.
By Joel C.
I love to create characters who can do the things I wish I could do. I can live out my fantasy of painting something beautiful and evocative, be it graffiti or a work on canvas.
Original post by Jesse Doogan on the Tyndale Blog
Is there anything more fun than getting a letter in the mail from a friend? In this world of quick text messages and social media posts, a note written on paper and dropp
For as long as I can remember, I could write. And not just write, but write well. When I decided to write books for publication, I surprised some folks.