Zondervan fiction Writing Contest

Molly Noble Bull,Christian novelist,is a native Texan and a graduate of Texas A&M University at Kingsville,Texas. She grew up on a sixty-thousand-acre cattle ranch,and married Charlie Bull,her college sweetheart. Charlie encouraged Molly to write about faraway places,and she did just that.

Her first two novels,For Always and The Rogue's Daughter,were published by Zondervan,and later reprinted as Promise Romances from Guideposts. She also sold novels to Love Inspired and Tsaba House. Her novel Sanctuary won the 2008 Gayle Wilson Award of Excellence in the inspirational category,and tied for first place in the 2008 Winter Rose contest,also in the inspirational category.

Molly struggled with dyslexia as a child,and still struggles. But with God's help,she continues to be a victorious overcomer in Christ. She and four other Christian authors with learning disabilities collaborated in writing The Overcomers: Christian Authors Who Conquered Learning Disabilities,a nonfictional work published by Westbow Press.

Molly has always been interested in genealogy,and when she learned that one branch of her family came from Luss,Scotland,and another branch included French Huguenots,she felt compelled to write about her ancestors. Thus,her latest novel,Gatehaven,was born. Gatehaven won the 2013 Creation House Fiction Writing Contest and is scheduled to release in summer/fall 2013.

Molly Nobel Bull

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