Author Linda K. Rodante
Contemporary Christian Romantic Suspense
New Book Growth
As a writer, I’m called a pantzer because I write “by the seat of my pants,” which means that I start with an idea and a vague sense of where that might lead and I begin to write–letting the story and the characters (but hopefully God) shape the story for me. This story returns to the mountains of Tennessee…
Pornography in the Church and a Love Story
Looking for Justice–Dealing with Real Issues in Christian Fiction
A book that deals with domestic abuse and diversity in Christian fiction.
What do you think of having diverse racial or ethnic characters in a story? Those that are Caucasian having African-American, Hispanic, Asian, etc main characters, as well as African-Americans and Hispanic, etc, having Caucasian or Asia or other racial, ethnic characters in them? What problems might a writer find while writing a story including different racial and ethnic characters?
My own books deal with rape, domestic abuse, human trafficking, pornography and abstinence within a “clean-read” fiction story of romance and suspense. What do you think of Christian fiction that deals with real and sometimes controversial subjects?