Christine Tate, a navy wife and homeschooling mother, is stationed with her family in Virginia Beach, VA. She is the author of “The No-Homework Women’s Bible Study: Group Hug” series and has been a Sunday School teacher for many years.
What are you working on at the minute? What is it about?
At the moment, I'm doing real-world test groups on future Bible study books that will be added to the Group Hug series. After I finish working with the focus groups, I plan to further expand the series and create a Bible study workbook for middle schoolers. I also have plans to branch out into Christian children's fiction with a story about a tablet named Maria who travels throughout the United States learning all about our country from a Christian perspective.
Since my books are currently non-fiction, I'll say that if a biography was made chronicling the circumstances of the series' evolution, I'd pick Roma Downey.
If you could have been the original author of any book, what would it have been and why?
When creating characters, are they based on people in your life?
What would you tell your younger self that would have helped you in your writing career?