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Interview: Rosie Rushton, novelist and lay reader

I write novels for teenagers of all ages — 40 so far. They cover a wide range of topics.

Young people don’t change. The world around them changes, and the problems may change, but the essence of what fires them doesn’t change.

Teen fiction is a comparatively new genre, but it’s also a very good com­mercial proposition, so my publish­ers tell me. It’s holding up well, appar­ently, even in a ...

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Christian fiction in a novel form

Christian fiction in a novel form

Catherine Fox could not find a publisher for her latest novel, until she decided to serialise it as a blog. She talks to Sarah Meyrick  Subscribe to read more

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Reminder: never buy a girl a pink Bible

Peter Graystone suggests some unexpected role-models for Christian girls  Subscribe to read more

Mon 15 Sep 14 @ 17:25
UPDATED: 'No hidden agenda' behind sexuality conversations http://t.co/BnzGbuyVXX

Mon 15 Sep 14 @ 16:05
Listen to Malcolm Brown and Canon David Porter @baldynotion discuss the shared conversations on sexuality: https://t.co/V4ELQJxdDq