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Jan Drexler grew up surrounded by books and storytellers. With pastors and teachers populating both sides of her extended family, we aren’t surprised that she wanted to be a first-class storyteller herself.
“My Amish stories are set in northern Indiana’s Amish Country. My first two books, published by Love Inspired, take place in LaGrange and Elkhart Counties in the 1930s. Not only did my husband and I live in that area with our children for seven years, but my dad’s family has lived there since the 1850s. My roots are deep there!
The trilogy from Revell, “Journey to Pleasant Prairie,” starts out in Lancaster County, Pa., in 1842 and follows the characters as they travel west to the new Amish settlement in northern Indiana. While researching those books, I followed that same route with my dad as a traveling companion.
ACFW's honors for the best Christian fiction published in the previous calendar year.
The 2016 contest is now closed for entries Finalists will be announced in June at ICRS.
ACFW's recognition for unpublished Christian fiction.
The 2016 contest is now closed for entries. Semi-Finalists will be announced by May 5.
This contest gives unpublished writers the opportunity to have the first five pages of their Christian fiction manuscript evaluated by an industry professional.
Congratulations to the 2015 First Impressions Winners.