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A blog that discusses Christian fiction titles, both old and new. I also talk about writing-related subjects, and I do author interviews.

Owner: cdnovelist

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Language: English

Tags: Christian Fiction, Books, Christian Fiction Writing, Christian Fiction Book Reviews, Author Interviews

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Latest Blog Posts for My Christian Fiction Blog

  • Childhood Favorites - From The Blog Archives
    on Jul 26, 2013
    What are your favorite childhood stories? Which books really resonated with you?If you know me very well, you'll know that I LOVE READING! It's one of the few things in my life that has been constant from early childhood until now. When I think about...
  • Do Men Read Romance Novels? - From The Blog Archives
    on Apr 26, 2013
    Over the last couple of weeks, I've received correspondence from two men about my Love Inspired title, First Mates. Both men said that they enjoyed the story and they wanted to know if I had other titles available. One of the men is thirty years old...
  • Simple Pleasures! - From The Blog Archives
    on Mar 29, 2013 in Food And Recipes
    What's your favorite dessert?When I write my stories, I notice that I habitually tap into the senses of smell and taste - especially taste! I've had a number of readers to say that they get hungry while reading my stories. I love writing about differ...
  • African-American Books - From The Blog Archives
    on Feb 22, 2013 in African-American Novels
    Do you read books by African-American (AA) authors?Many African-Americans will only read books by AA authors. Also, most bookstores have a separate section for AA books. While I was growing up, there were few AA authors, so I read ANY NOVEL that I co...
  • Love Letters - From The Blog Archives
    on Feb 13, 2013 in Holidays
    by Cecelia DowdyThis is a repeat of an old blog post! I thought I'd re-post since Valentine's Day is tomorrow! Do you remember your very first love letter? My blog post about my childhood pen pals made me think about other forms of written communicat...
  • Food In The Church - From The Blog Archives
    on Jan 4, 2013
    Do you remember the events at your church (both past and present) that involved food? If so, what were your favorite dishes?Growing up, I don't really recall having many events in my congregation that involved us enjoying food. I grew up a Jehovah's...
  • Family Christmas Traditions - From The Blog Archives!
    on Dec 21, 2012 in Holidays
    Christmas Traditions should be kept fun and simple. To celebrate Christmas with my family each year, we bake several kinds of cookies. Every weekend, I make a different type. Last weekend it was chocolate chip. This coming weekend with be peanut butt...
  • Booksigning Event In Manassas, VA - August 4, 2012
    on Aug 1, 2012
    I'll be signing copies of Chesapeake Weddings on August 4, 2012 from 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm at the following location:Manassas African-American Heritage FestivalGrace Metz Middle School 9950 Wellington RoadManassas, VA More information about thi...
  • Pen Pals - From The Blog Archives
    on Jul 9, 2012 in Writing-Related Posts
    Photo courtesy of Free Digital Photosby Cecelia DowdyNote, this is a repeat of an old blog post.Does the title of this blog post bring back memories? Have you ever had pen pals? If so, do you remember their names and where they were from? How long di...
  • Sunday Brunch - From The Blog Archives - Clothing Filled With God's SpiritPhoto courtesy of Free Digital Photos***This is a repeat of an old blog post!Do you think the early Christians had deeper faith than the present-day Christians?I've been talking about the early Christians. The church was so much different back then -...
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