Frances Carden

About Frances

Frances is the author of the horror novella The Mine. She has also been published in Abundant Grace; Magical: An Anthology of Fantasy, Fairy Tales, and other Magical Fiction for Adults; Answers I’ll Accept: True Accounts of Online Dating; 20 Something Magazine; and Wisteria Magazine. She wrote for Epinions.com for eight years. Frances is currently working on a dark fantasy/horror novel called Plague Town.

Frances has a Masters in Fiction Writing from Johns Hopkins  and works as a technical writer during the day, where she attempts to make software exciting.

Frances’ Reviews

Confronting Christianity

Confronting Christianity

How Can You Believe; How Can You Not? Author: Rebecca McLaughlin Have you ever wondered if the world would be better ...
By the Light of Dead Stars

By the Light of Dead Stars

Dead Stars, Dead Plot Author: Andrew Van Wey Something is going on, something unnatural, cosmic, fetid. It started with a car ...
God Who Loves You, The

God Who Loves You, The

The Nature of Sacrificial Love Author: Peter Kreeft Love is a word that we throw around a lot, both in Christianity ...
Underwater Daughter

Underwater Daughter

A Lyrical Memoir of Abuse Author: Antonia Deignan As a child, Tuni didn’t know that her father was sexually abusing her ...
Last Astronaut, The

Last Astronaut, The

Last Chance for Redemption, Last Hope for Earth Author: David Wellington Sally Jansen is haunted by a dead dream. Once upon ...
First Lie Wins

First Lie Wins

The Last Mark Author: Ashley Elston Evie Porter has a good life, at least, from what you can see. She’s living ...
Cure for the Common Life

Cure for the Common Life

A Guide to Finding and Applying Your God-Given Gifts Author: Max Lucado In Cure for the Common Life author Max Lucado ...
Transforming Discipleship

Transforming Discipleship

Discipleship by Popularity?  Author: Greg Ogden In Transforming Discipleship author Greg Ogden sells his own program, focused on creating a “micro-group” ...
Lent: The Season of Repentance and Renewal

Lent: The Season of Repentance and Renewal

A Repentance Season that Leads to Renewal Author: Esau McCaulley When I first transitioned from a protestant background to a catholic ...
Head Like a Hole

Head Like a Hole

Buy It for the Cover, Stay for the Explosive Story Author: Andrew Van Wey I picked up Head Like a ...
Boys in the Valley

Boys in the Valley

Possession and Coming of Age Author: Philip Fracassi Peter Barlow, a teenage orphan in the remote St. Vincent’s Orphanage for Boys, ...
Endless Night

Endless Night

Depravity for Delight? Author: Richard Laymon Sixteen-year-old Jody’s sleepover with her best friend went from normal to nightmare in a matter ...
Weight of Glory, The

Weight of Glory, The

We Marry, Snub, and Exploit Immortals Author: C.S. Lewis The Weight of Glory is one of the best collections of C.S ...
I Found a Circus Tent in the Woods Behind My House

I Found a Circus Tent in the Woods Behind My House

Fear of Failing Author: Ben Farthing Afraid of clowns? Circuses? The darkness hidden between trees on cold grey days? Failing as ...
Night Parade, The

Night Parade, The

Of Plagues and Hope Author: Ronald Malfi In a world filled with madness and death, the only hope left is a ...
Flicker in the Dark, A

Flicker in the Dark, A

The Past Will Repeat Itself Author: Stacy Willingham Chloe Davis is still self-medicating to forget the past. But the past isn’t ...
Bishop

Bishop

Wendigos in the Wilderness Author: Candace Nola Troy’s sister and her daughter, Casey, are missing in the Alaskan wilderness, lost without ...
Authentically, Izzy

Authentically, Izzy

Authentically, Dull Author: Pepper Basham Izzy Edgewood is your stereotypical representation of a nerd: she never wears heels, likes to read ...
Dirty Money: The Memoirs of a Stripper

Dirty Money: The Memoirs of a Stripper

A Woman's Story Author: Erin Louis Dirty Money: Memoirs of a Stripper sounds like a salacious read, but in truth, it’s ...
Mark of the Christian, The

Mark of the Christian, The

What Love Has to Do With It Author: Francis Schaffer As February approached, the C.S. Lewis Institutes fellows’ study concentrated on ...