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The Because Fiction Podcast

102 EpisodesProduced by Chautona HavigWebsite

Taking the pulse of Christian fiction, Because Fiction explores the lastest trends in Christian fiction, discusses genres, specific authors, new releases, and classics as well. If it's Christian fiction (or something readers love), we talk about it.

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Episode 101: A Chat with Biblical Fiction Author, Naomi Craig

October 15th, 2021


You know that when a reader who is "meh" or even "NO THANK YOU" about Biblical fiction has an author who is an "instabuy," there might be something to this gal's writing!

Naomi Craig has written a fascinating and …

Episode 100: Gushing about Two Very Different Books

October 12th, 2021


One of life's biggest blessings are encouraging books. When I found Dearest Josephine on my Kindle on a particularly difficult day, I had no idea how …

Episode 99- A Chat with Romance Author, Ashley Rescot

October 8th, 2021


Author of the Strings of Sisterhood series, Ashley Rescot shares her personal background, her passion for music, and the romance that awaits each sister.

You'll learn about Rescot's short stories, her recent release, A …

Episode 98: A Chat with Author, Cher Gatto

October 5th, 2021


When I first read Something I Am Not by Cher Gatto, I didn't know what to think of it. While the book is categorized as YA, it will resonate with anyone who hates the injustice of child abuse and exploitation.

While the …

Episode 97: A Chat with Author Lisa Prysock

October 1st, 2021


Lisa Prysock, historical and contemporary Christian fiction author, and I chatted about how she first started writing Christian fiction, her first book, the series she's been a part of, and her most recent release in …

Episode 96- A Chat with Author Liana George

September 28th, 2021


Author of the upcoming release Perfectly Arranged, Liana George talks about organization, women's fiction, and her favorite books.

Seriously, what …

Episode 95: A Chat with Romance Author, Sarah Anne Crouch

September 21st, 2021


Debut author, Sarah Anne Crouch, takes readers on a journey to the town of Shady Springs, Arkansas and a church that is home to a handsome youth …

Episode 94: A Chat with Historical Fiction Author, Rebecca Duvall Scott

September 17th, 2021


Author of When Dignity Came to Harlan, Rebecca Duvall Scott tells the true family story of sisters separated from each other and sent to live with strangers.  What happens next is both heartbreaking and inspiring, and …

Episode 93: A Chat with Contemporary Romance Author, Liz Johnson

September 14th, 2021


Okay, so Liz Johnson has been one of my favorite PEOPLE (not to mention author) for the past fifteen or so years, so of course, I was excited to get to talk to her about her latest release, Beyond the Tides.

This book …

Episode 92: A Chat with Romance Author Tari Faris

September 10th, 2021


We're back!  With 3 weeks of internet troubles, I think we're good, and we're back with a great episode. New-to-me author, Tari Faris talks about her series, Restoring Heritage and her recent release, Since You've Been …

Episode 91: A Chat with Author John R. Price

September 3rd, 2021


When a TV reboot fiasco polarized fans of the original show and seemed to contradict the actors' values, John R. Price did some digging. What he …

Episode 90: A Chat with Mystery/Suspense Author, Carole Brown

August 24th, 2021


Carole Brown, prolific author in several subgenres of mystery and suspense, chats with me about her books, the books she loves to read, and her new …

Episode 89: Battle of the Books with Angela Ruth Strong (Part 2)

August 20th, 2021


In this second "Battle of the Books" episode, Angela Ruth Strong and I "battle out" our takeaways and insights into the books we read, what we imagine about each character, and so much more.  Basically, I begged …

Episode 88: Battle of the Books with Angela Ruth Strong (Part 1)

August 17th, 2021


Angela Ruth Strong, author of mystery, romance, and books studios turn into movies, not to mention writing teacher, has a fabulous book releasing …

Episode 87: A Chat with Women's Fiction Author, Amanda Cox

August 13th, 2021


Amanda Cox wrecked me with her first book, The Edge of Belonging. And now she has another book coming out, another one set to destroy me as well.  

Episode 86: A Chat with Contemporary Fiction Author, Steven Rogers

August 10th, 2021


What would happen if an addict who has alienated his family ended up on a trip with some "religious nuts" to the Holy Land. Author Steven Rogers …

Episode 85: A Chat with Author Mary Jo Thayer

August 6th, 2021


Mary Jo Thayer insists she's not an author by nature, but her editors, author friends, and fans might beg to differ. Sandy Barela graciously stepped in as host of this episode discussing a book that tackles the …

Episode 84: Lisa Phillips with Sunrise Publishing's Exciting News

August 3rd, 2021


Back in Episode 66, we chatted with Lisa Phillips about her Last Chance County series and how much I LOVED that series. Well… now we have even more exciting news about the future of Last Chance County!

Lisa Phillips has …

Episode 83: A Chat with Romantic Suspense Author, Lisa Harris

July 30th, 2021


Popular author of contemporary romantic suspense, Lisa Harris wows her readers with novels of danger, intrigue, and justice.  Or, at least that’s …

Episode 82: A Chat with Christian Sci-Fi/Fantasy Author S.A. Shaffer

July 27th, 2021


S.A. Shaffer writes what some would call "classic steampunk" adventure, but as we discussed in the opening of our episode, that genre has shifted …

Episode 81: A Chat with Historical Romance Author, Valerie Fraser Luesse

July 23rd, 2021


A new author to me, Valerie Fraser Luesse writes brilliant historical Southern romance with a unique perspective and delightful story ideas.

We …

Episode 80: A Chat with Middle Grade Author, Christy Hoss

July 20th, 2021


Personally, I think middle-grade books are highly underrated by adult readers, but kids are smart enough to know how awesome they are, and Christy …

Episode 79: A Chat with Contemporary Romace Author, Rachel D. Russell

July 16th, 2021


Fans of Susan May Warren who want more from those worlds will be delighted to learn their dreams are coming true thanks to new authors like Rachel D. Russell. Writing in the world of Deep Haven from a couple of Susan …

Episode 78: Sara Beth Williams & Mental Health in Fiction

July 14th, 2021


With the release of her latest book, Anchor My HeartSara Beth Williams talks about how mental illness plays a role in her most recent second chance …

Episode 77: A Chat with Fantasy Author, Matt Mikalatos

July 9th, 2021


I’d never heard of Matt (not Mike!) Mikalatos before receiving information about his Sunlit Lands series, but wow! The premise of the series is …

Episode 76- A Chat with Political Suspense Author, Dave Milbrandt

July 6th, 2021


When you meet a new friend at a murder, you know you've made a friend for life--or death.  Today's guest, Dave Milbrandt, and I met at an interactive murder mystery fundraiser and I immediately wanted to know more about …

Episode 75: A Chat with Contemporary Romance Author, Bethany Turner

July 2nd, 2021


This week we're talking to one of the most entertaining, gracious, and inspiring authors out there, Bethany Turner! Think I'm joking?  Not only did …

Episode 74: A Chat with Contemporary Christian Romance Author, Becky Wade

June 29th, 2021


If her books aren’t entertaining enough, just a chat with Becky Wade will keep you on your intellectual toes as you navigate tough topics and realistic romance–all while chuckling, no less. Becky Wade’s latest book, Let …

Episode 73: The Westward Home and Hearts Series

June 25th, 2021


I suppose you could say that mail-order brides have been a thing since the Garden of Eden--if you change the spelling just a smidge.

In today's …

Episode 72: A Chat with Historical Romance author, Ann H. Gabhart

June 22nd, 2021


I'm so excited about this week's interview with author Ann H. Gabhart.  I've loved her work for years, so when I learned that she wrote a book about the packhorse librarians of the Depression era, Along a Storied Trail,

Episode 71: A Chat with Romantic Suspense Author, JL Crosswhite

June 15th, 2021


J.L. Crosswhite and I had a chat about her books, specifically her romantic suspense series--the Hometown Heroes and the In the Shadows series both!

We also digressed and talked about readership, publishing, and the …

Episode 70: A Chat with Biblical Fiction Author, M. D. House

June 13th, 2021


Biblical fiction, first-person perspective. The books have everything against them, but M.D. House got me excited about reading The Barabbas Trilogy before we'd spoken for five minutes. 

House offers us a look at what …

Episode 69: Chatting with Historical Romance Author, Carrie Turansky

June 8th, 2021


In this episode, I chat with historical romance author, Carrie Turansky about her McAlister series and the British Home Children who came over from England to Canada. This series began with No Ocean Too Wide and …

Episode 68: A Chat with Historical Romance Author, Rachel Fordham

June 1st, 2021


A master of creating relatable situations and characters you feel as if you'd know if you met them on the street, Rachel Fordham began writing at the advice of her husband for a "creative outlet" and hasn't stopped …

Episode 67: A Chat with Romantic Women's Fiction Author, Lila Diller

May 29th, 2021


Romantic women's fiction author, Lila Diller had a short chat with me about her "Love Is" series. Beginning with a contemporary romance through the first year of marriage, this four-book (so far) series is a labor of …

Episode 66: A Chat with Romantic Suspense Author, Lisa Phillips

May 25th, 2021


It all started with a joke. Lisa Phillips (not Harris) and I were teasing each other on Avid Readers of Christian Fiction one day, and we challenged each other to use the other’s name in a book.  Well… Let’s face it. I …

Episode 65: A Chat with Historical Mystery Author, Lisa E. Betz

May 23rd, 2021


If there would be any point in history that I would not enjoy reading about, it’s usually the first three centuries AD.  So, of course, what do I …

Episode 64: A Chat with Romantic Suspense Author, Elizabeth Goddard

May 18th, 2021

I Love Being Totally Surprised in Romantic Suspense

What does a reader do when she thinks an author writes historical fiction and opens her Kindle to find herself in the middle of nail-biting romantic suspense?  SHE …

Episode 63: Historical and Historical Romance Author Chats

May 16th, 2021

All Great Historical Fiction Has One Thing in Common


The second of our compilation interview episodes (first HERE), this episode features three historical fiction authors. …

Epsiode 62: A Chat with Cozy Mystery Author, Dana Mentink

May 11th, 2021


If I have a favorite genre, it's definitely mystery and/or suspense, and cozy mysteries like Pint of No Return by Dana Mentink is a perfect read--especially with summer coming.  Add to this fun, quirky whodunnit, a …

Episode 61: A Chat with Suspense Author, Jerusha Agen

May 8th, 2021


Romantic Suspense author, Jerusha Agen is the second author in a new series from Love Inspired.  This new trade series offers full-length novels, and …

Episode 60- A Chat with Author T.I. Lowe

May 4th, 2021


I never imagined that T.I. Lowe could possibly outdo herself after the Carolina Coast series, but... Under the

This combination …

Episode 59: Chat with Suspense Author, Tom Threadgill

May 1st, 2021


Last month, I had the privilege of chatting with Christian author, Tom Threadgill about his Amara series (Collision of Lies and Network of Deceitand

Episode 58- A Chat with Suspense Author, Melissa Koslin

April 27th, 2021


I've never searched for a book longer or harder. Where on earth could it be?  Rather than pulling out every book on my shelves, looking under tables …

Episode 57: A Chat with Women's Fiction Author Cynthia Ruchti

April 13th, 2021


One of the best ways to temper the heaviness of a book dealing with hard subjects is the judicious use of humor.  Cynthia Ruchti is a new author to me (forgive my stupidity, won't you?) but the brilliant use of humor to …

Episode 56: A Chat with Erin Bartels about All That We Carried

April 6th, 2021


In Erin Bartels' latest release, All That We Carried, two sisters go on a journey not only of reconciliation but of spiritual discovery as well.

This book spoke to me on so many levels and I can't recommend it enough. …

Episode 55: Three Great New Romantic Suspense Titles

April 3rd, 2021


Romantic Suspense is always a fabulous read, and this spring, we've got three fabulous ones to read.  I had a short chat with three authors to learn …

Episode 54: A Chat with Mystery Author Kay DiBianca

March 30th, 2021


Whether you love cozies or procedural, forensic or amateur sleuth, or just get nostalgic about your childhood and Nancy Drew or the Hardy Boys (Trixie Belden anyone?), mysteries are a great way to keep the mind sharp …

Episode 53: A Chat with Katie Vorreiter

March 27th, 2021


I promised that in March, the podcast would expand to more episodes, and I couldn't think of a better way to kick off this expansion than with a book …

Episode 52: A Chat with Teri Blake

March 24th, 2021


Christian romance author has branched out into women’s fiction, and wow has she done a brilliant job!  Her first book in the Driftwood Bay series …

Episode 51: A Chat with Sarah Sundin

March 16th, 2021


After years of good intentions, I finally read my first Sarah Sundin book, When Twilight Breaks, and oh my word!  Amazing book!

This combination book gush and author chat discusses what history has dubbed Kristallnacht, …

Episode 50: A Chat with Jennifer Deibel

March 9th, 2021


Set in Ireland in 1920, A Dance in Donegal mingles beautiful settings, story, and songs into a beautiful... well, dance!  Jennifer Deibel has written …

Episode 49: A Chat with Suzanne Woods Fisher

March 2nd, 2021


Suzanne Woods Fisher first impressed me with her Amish Beginnings series and Nantucket series, but even her Mending Fences and her contemporary …

Episode 48: A Chat with T.E. Price

February 23rd, 2021


What happens when you combine domestic violence with suspense?  A hair-raising ride you won't want to miss.

On March 2, T.E. Price 's book, Take …

Episode 47: The Drew Farthering Mysteries

February 16th, 2021

Why This Mystery Series Is One of My Favorites

Mystery is probably my all-time favorite genre, and those from the “golden age” of mystery are the …

Episode 46: What Romances Do I Think Are Perfect for Valentine's Day?

February 9th, 2021


With Valentine's Day this weekend, it seems only fitting to look at some great reads to celebrate the day. I probably wouldn't have thought of it if …

Episode 45: A Gush about Things We Didn't Say

February 2nd, 2021


There's nothing more wonderful than a new release that keeps you riveted to the page--or the audiobook app--from the first word to the last.

Unless …

Episode 44: A Chat with Carolyn Miller

January 26th, 2021


I'd seen the covers of her books--lovely Regency titles that intrigued me.  However, when we put out the call for authors in our upcoming series, The Independence Islands, I never imagined I'd see her name among the …

Episode 43: A Chat with Allison Pearl

January 19th, 2021

Great Things Happen When You Mix Danger and Donuts

Suspense is a personal favorite genre, so when I heard about Allison Pearl's series, I knew I wanted to read them and chat with her about them.  I only made it about a …

Episode 42: A Chat with J'nell Ciesielski

January 13th, 2021


The cover got me first.  It was “my” Madeline, but of course, no one could tell if they didn’t know the photographer’s work. So, combine WWI, …

Episode 41: A Chat with Jennifer Pierce

January 5th, 2021


Get your safety harness strapped on because this book will take you on a roller coaster ride of suspense, action, and all the feels. I’m talking …

Episode 40: My Favorite Book of 2020

December 8th, 2020


Some books are "once-in-a-lifetime" books.  A Tree Grows in Brooklyn is one of mine for reasons I talk about in THIS post. Recently, I read what for me has become another one. Bleak Landing

In what feels like a …

Episode 39: A Chat with L.K. Simonds

December 1st, 2020


Why did I like the book?  The point-of-view character wasn’t likeable (for a LONG time), made stupid choices, used language I didn’t appreciate (not constantly but there were a few words here and there that made me …

Episode 38: Dan Smith & Saving Ebenezer

November 24th, 2020


Journalist, podcaster, and multi-genre author of Saving Ebenezer, S. Daniel Smith is this week's guest and here to talk with us about:

  • His articles …

Episode 37: A Chat with Sara Beth Williams

November 17th, 2020


One of the coolest things about having this podcast is the opportunity to talk with authors, see what inspires them, discover how they fell in love …

Episode 36: A Chat with Jennifer Beckstrand

November 10th, 2020


Amish fiction tends to be a bit polarizing. Readers tend to love it or hate it. Are the criticisms valid?  One has to wonder because, despite the …

Episode 35: What Is This NaNoWriMo Thing All About?

November 3rd, 2020


I blame MSN Messenger. Well, maybe it was my friend who used the messenger as the conduit for her crazy idea.  Okay, so it wasn't exactly her crazy idea, but she did tell me about it. Millions of people writing fifty-

Episode 34: 5 Cheap & Easy Ways to Feed a Book Habit

October 27th, 2020


Book habits can be expensive, especially when you like REAL books to hold in your hands, but there are ways to save money on paperback books, and I …

Episode 33: 2020 Christmas Collections

October 20th, 2020


So if there's one thing I LOVE it's Christmas fiction. So, this week, I'm going for maximum Christmas fiction impact--collections. Four, five, ten, 

Episode 32: Chatting with Laura Thomas

October 13th, 2020


On Amazon, every time I went looking for a book, there it was. The Orphan Beach.  I'd not read anything by the author, Laura Thomas.  Each time I started to click through, something distracted me. Then, I had an …

Episode 31: A Chat with Amanda Tru

October 6th, 2020


The genius behind the deeply interconnected, multi-author CrossRoads Collections, Amanda Tru joined me for a fun night of laughter, insight, and …

Episode 30: A Chat with Teresa Tysinger

September 29th, 2020


She's fun, she's witty, and she has some fabulous characters you've got to meet.  Today, I am chatting with Teresa Tysinger on the release day of her …

Episode 29: A Chat with Historical and Contemporary Author, Kari Trumbo

September 22nd, 2020


This week I got to chat with author Kari Trumbo about her historical fiction, her upcoming new genre, a surprise genre her agent is working with, and her September release, Secret Beach Boyfriend in the Independence …

Episode 28: What Makes Fiction Christian and Is That Good?

September 15th, 2020


One of the highlights of my year was spending a couple of hours talking to David Rawlings last May. He was on the show (Episode 12) to talk about his upcoming (now released) novel. After we finished an interview about …

Episode 27: Why Audiobooks Are So Great!

September 8th, 2020

What Is So Great about Listening to Audiobooks?

Audiobooks are one of the fastest-growing segments of the book industry. But why?  Why take up to …

Episode 26: A Chat with Laura Hile about Austen Retellings

September 1st, 2020


“Read Laura Hile’s ‘mercy books,’” she said.  “You’ll love them,” she said.

“She was right,” I say.

That was about ten years ago and my introduction …

Episode 25: Crazy Things Historical Authors Have to Research

August 25th, 2020


Most readers have a good idea that historical fiction requires heaps and heaps of research. It's obvious that you have to find out what happened when and similar details, but what other sorts of things do authors …

Episode 24: Final Retelling & Mashup Brainstorming with Sandy Barela

August 18th, 2020


This week is the final episode in our three-part series on classic retellings, continuing stories, and mashups with Sandy Barela from Celebrate Lit Publishing. Before we get to the brainstorming session (the last part …

Episode 23: Fictional Inspiration in Readers' Lives

August 11th, 2020


So, we were supposed to be going over the final story mashups and retellings with Sandy Barela, but then something happened today that changed all that.

For the past four weeks, I've been putting my bestselling series, 

Episode 22: Unique and Diverse Fiction with Joiya Morrison-Efemini

August 4th, 2020

What's Better Than a Great Novel? How about THIS?

A novel written in verse. Yeah, I dreaded it. What if I didn’t like it? What if it was—oh, Lord, please no—in free verse. What if it wasn’t and it read like a children’s …

Episode 21: Some of the Best Christmas Reads Coming in 2020

July 28th, 2020


After several failed attempts to get this episode out all month, it's here... some of my favorite Christmas books, the books others recommended to me, and some of the exciting new and best Christmas reads coming this …

Episode 20: Chatting Austen & Cozies with Barbara Cornthwaite

July 21st, 2020


We met almost twenty years ago on a message board. As an American, married to an Irishman, living in England with her adopted children (from several countries), her mere existence fascinated me. Her kindness and humor …

Episode 19: Talking Split-Time Fiction with Morgan Tarpley Smith

July 14th, 2020


Trends come and go in all areas of life, and fiction is no exception. However, one popular trend in the past decade or so is one that I think (and …

Episode 18: 6 of the Best Grace Livingston Hill Books

July 7th, 2020


Over a century after her books were written, Grace Livingston Hill’s books continue to be popular among avid readers of Christian fiction—but why?  …

Episode 17: Brainstorming Book Mashups w/ Sandy Barela

June 30th, 2020


Do you ever wonder how some stories would play out in a different setting?  Like The Little Princess… but in the Chicago Projects, or The Little …

Episode 16: A Chat with Melissa Wardwell about Scrumptious Independence

June 23rd, 2020


Ever wonder what makes someone start writing? What about where ideas for characters come from? Have you been eager to find out what’s coming in the Independence Islands Series?

Have we got an episode for you!  This …

Episode 15: Author Recommendations & Driftwood Dreams Chat

June 16th, 2020


Need a good book to read? Ask an author for a recommendation! You may be surprised at how perfect that recommendation can be. I was!

This week we’re talking about why going to a favorite author for book recommendations …

Episode 14: Chat with Author, Jennifer Sienes

June 9th, 2020


Author Jennifer Sienes writes fiction that promises hope in tough times.  Drawing from her personal experiences and the stories of people who have lived some of those tough times, her Apple Hill series offers a rich …

Episode 13: Christian Fiction "Mashup" Novels w/ Sandy Barela

June 2nd, 2020


Once in a while, I get a hankering to read something different.  So, I give myself permission to do what I call a “free read” every now and then. That’s one where I get to read whatever I want.

Well, recently, my …

Episode 12: Chatting with Author David Rawlings

May 26th, 2020


Today we have Christy Award-winning Australian author, David Rawlings with us to talk about his latest novel, Where the Road Bends (releases 6/2/2020), and what he hopes to accomplish in the lives of his readers. Hint: …

Episode 11: An Excellent Example of How Fiction Encourages Me

May 19th, 2020


In this episode, I examine Heather Woodhaven's "The Secret Life of Book Club" and see the spiritual lessons I learned from a fun read.

Links below are affiliate links that provide me with a small commission at no extra …

Episode 10: A Chat with Lindsay Harrel

May 12th, 2020


Author of the recently released The Joy of Falling, Lindsay Harrel tells us about how she came up with the idea for the book, what to expect from it, and how a book about grief turned into one of joy.  

Episode 9: The True Colors Crime Series

May 5th, 2020


From the website: True, riveting stories of American criminal activity are explored through [nine] unique stories of historical romantic suspense. …

Episode 8: Author Spotlight with Tabitha Bouldin

April 28th, 2020


Today we're talking with contemporary romance author, Tabitha Bouldin about her upcoming novel, Mishaps off the Mainland--book five in the …

Episode 7: Four Kinds of Redemptive Fiction

April 21st, 2020


Definition of "Redemptive Fiction" for the purposes of this podcast:  Redemptive fiction is fiction in which one or more characters have a transformation in some part of their lives.

Four kinds of redemptive fiction.

1. …

Episode 6: Book Chat: For Whom the Sun Sings

April 13th, 2020


Today we're chatting about YA Dystopian fantasy novel, For Whom the Sun Sings by W. A. Fulkerson. 

Hint:  I wouldn't read the publisher's synopsis. 

Episode 5: Book Reviews & Ratings

April 10th, 2020


You get to the end of a book and there are those dreaded words. "If you enjoyed this book, would you take a moment to leave a review?  Well... what's …

Episode 4: Differences Between Romance & Romantic Fiction

April 9th, 2020


It may seem like semantics, but there really is a difference between "Romance" and "Romantic Fiction."  So, I thought it might be a good thing to …

Episode 3: Books and Authors That Won Me Over

April 8th, 2020


No one likes every book out there, but some authors won me over to specific genres, so let's explore those, eh?

Today, I'm exploring three genres …

Episode 2: The Queen of Romance:

April 7th, 2020


After finishing another Pepper Basham contemporary romance, I just had to do a bit of ranting--raving? No... more like gushing over my recent read.  

Episode 1: The Gateway Manna to Christian Fiction

April 6th, 2020


Every lover of Christian fiction had a first book--their "gateway manna" to the genre. But what books were most popular? Bonus: a surprising story of …

Introducing the Because Fiction Podcast

April 4th, 2020


The Because Fiction Podcast

Just introducing you to the podcast and what to expect.  Talking about why a podcast, what sorts of episodes you'll find, …

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