Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Christian Fiction Mash-Ups

On Brandilyn Collins' blog recently she posted a list of CBA best-sellers and commented on the fact that Amish/Mennonite stories continue to be popular reads in the CBA. That got me thinking...

*collective groan throughout cyberspace*

...what if we had some of the best and brightest in Christian fiction trade genres with each other?

Ted Dekker writing his version of a prairie romance.

Lori Wick writing Peretti style spiritual warfare.

Rene Gutteridge taking a page from Robert Liparulo.

Brandilyn taking on chick-lit a la Kristin Billerbeck. (Whoops, already done. See 4/10, 4/11, 4/12)

Anyone else have any unique parings that would make for an interesting read?

1 comment:

  1. A bit behind on my Bloglines reading, but . . .

    Stephen Lawhead writing a Steeple Hill romance
    Lisa Samson writing a humoruous crime thriller (Chris Well-ish)
    Karen Hancock - hmm, I'd give her the Amish/Mennonite one