Science Fiction And Literary Novels May Drive Christian Fiction Growth

July 2000
Book Publishing Report;07/17/2000, Vol. 25 Issue 28, p5
Trade Publication
Reports on the rise in consumer, media and retailer interest in Christian fiction as a result of the unprecedented success of Tyndale's Left Behind series of apocalyptic novels in the United States. Expansion of Christian fiction to include elements known as `futuristic fiction' or `speculative fiction'; Bethany House Publishers' launch of a series of Westerns to attract male readers.


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