• Chris Fabry
    I believe stories can change the world. It's why I write.
    I believe stories can change the world. It's why I write.
  • Chris Fabry
    After all, the gospel hangs on the thin, crimson thread of a story, preserved and shared for 2,000 years.
    After all, the gospel hangs on the thin, crimson thread of a story, preserved and shared for 2,000 years.
  • Chris Fabry
    I tell stories, hoping one will scamper somewhere near the back door of your heart and knock.
    I tell stories, hoping one will scamper somewhere near the back door of your heart and knock.
  • Chris Fabry
    I grew up listening to stories told in the smoke-filled kitchen of my grandmother. I can close my eyes and still feel the exhilaration of a story well told.
    I grew up listening to stories told in the smoke-filled kitchen of my grandmother. I can close my eyes and still feel the exhilaration of a story well told.
  • Chris Fabry
    Stories can change the world because stories reach the heart. I hope you find a good one among those I have written.
    Stories can change the world because stories reach the heart. I hope you find a good one among those I have written.

Welcome to the Official Website of Author Chris Fabry

Meet Grayson, Lotty, Pooch, Josh and characters who will burrow their way into your heart. Saving Grayson is going into the world. I hope this story gives comfort to your heart.

A Real-Life Radio Story

Where Fact and Fiction Meet: A Real-Life Radio Story and A Piece of the MoonIn Chris' recent novel A Piece of the Moon, much of the story revolves around characters who work at Country 16, a small-town radio station in the hills of West Virginia.

In a guest post at Tyndale's Crazy4Fiction website, Chris shares a personal story from his early days in radio and how it inspired a scene in his novel.

Find the guest post here: Where Fact and Fiction Meet: A Real-Life Radio Story and A Piece of the Moon

What Readers Are Saying . . .

  • "[Fabry's] poignant story is driven by deeply drawn characters who evoke empathy and frustration, compassion and anger. But in the end, the painful labor of rebirth will bring tears of joy!"

    Christine, CBD Fiction Editor, on Looking into You

  • "The skillfully woven plot twists, intermingled with humor, angst and questions of faith, make Every Waking Moment a true page-turner."

    HOMECOMING MAGAZINE

  • "Not in the Heart is the best book I have read in a long time. The plot is unique and creative, containing both ethical and moral dilemmas. . . . It challenges not only the readers' emotions but also their minds."

    READERVIEWS.COM

  • "Few authors can weave such unique stories with such perfect language. . . . Fabry is an artist with words. All I can say is: Read his novels."

    EXAMINER.COM on June Bug

  • "I haven't read anything so riveting and unforgettable since Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers. Fabry has penned a remarkable love story, one that's filled with sacrifice, hope, and forgiveness!"

    NOVEL REVIEWS on June Bug

  • "The rural South comes to life, with themes of forgiveness and second chances as highlights. The characters are both deeply flawed and immensely relatable, making this another hit for Fabry."

    LIBRARY JOURNAL on A Piece of the Moon

  • "[The Promise of Jesse Woods] is a well-crafted novel with sympathetic characters, gently woven themes, and evocative descriptions."

    Sharon Garlough Brown, author of the Sensible Shoes series

  • "Once again, Chris Fabry's brilliance in developing full-fleshed characters within a thrilling, yet poignant and sometimes painful story has captivated my heart and mind."

    FICTIONADDICT.COM on Every Waking Moment

  • "An involving novel with enough plot twists and dramatic tension to keep readers turning the pages."

    BOOKLIST on June Bug

  • "Precise details of places and experiences immediately set you in the story, and the complex, likable characters give June Bug the enduring quality of a classic."

    TITLETRAKK.COM

  • "A mesmerizing tale . . . [Almost Heaven] will surprise readers in the best possible way; plot twists unfold and unexpected character transformations occur throughout this tender story."

    PUBLISHERS WEEKLY