Sunday, April 6, 2014

Discovering Family Fiction

Today I want to share a wonderful Amish fiction (and more) resource with you.  In the past few years, when I began reading Amish fiction, I just couldn’t get enough of it.  I would read constantly.  All day, into the night, while exercising, while the TV was on, in waiting rooms, while on vacation, there I was with a book or a Nook or a Kindle in my hands.  That’s what happens to me when I fall in love with a subject.  And the best part was that I had a large inventory of Amish fiction to choose from.

So 200 books later, I found myself running low on new Amish fiction authors to try.  I needed a new resource to feed my Amish fiction hunger.  What I discovered was Family Fiction.  Family Fiction is a website and electronic magazine that features Amish, Historical, Suspense, Speculative, Romance, Contemporary, Young Adult, and Children’s Christian Fiction.  Book reviews are published weekly and an e-magazine comes out monthly with author interviews, reviews, among other articles of interest to book lovers.

The website also provides upcoming releases in each genre.  Click on Books, then Amish, and find literally hundreds of new and future releases in Amish fiction or just go to   Each book can be clicked and it will open a screen with information about the author, the new book, and a listing of previous books written by this author.  It is a valuable resource if you are trying to find new authors to read in the same genre.

Family Fiction just began partnering with the fabulous author, Karen Kingsbury.  Ms. Kingsbury will be penning an e-series about the Baxter Family in each month’s e-magazine.  You can get links to the monthly magazine at

If you love books, you will love Family Fiction’s website and e-magazine.  There is an enormous amount of quality content at this website.  In addition, I submit articles to Family Fiction and two of them are in April’s edition of Family Fiction magazine, please let me know what you think!

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