Inspirational author Sarah Sundin sits down with RT reviewer Linda Mae Baldwin to share an insider’s look at her latest novel, Blue Skies Tomorrow, how she researched her WWII-era characters and what’s coming next from the pen of this popular writer!
Linda Mae Baldwin: How did you end up writing fiction, especially Christian fiction? Does your pharmacy background affect your writing?
Sarah Sundin: I never considered a writing career. Instead I chose a career in pharmacy and chose to work on-call and stay home with our three children. Then in 2000, I had a dream with such intriguing characters that I felt compelled to write their story. That first novel will never be published, nor should it, but it got me started. I knew I had to write Christian fiction—God infuses my view of life, and I can’t imagine not having Him a part of my characters’ lives.