Find a Christian store
Author Image

Angela L. Gold

Author Bio:

Writing Christian Fiction is a privilege as well as a responsibility that Angela Gold takes seriously. She prays constantly as she crafts imperfect characters encumbered with baggage because honestly, the most interesting people are. When the characters are plunged into seemingly impossible situations, they are forced to dig deep while they try to make the right choice or try to recognize what the right choice even looks like. And then just as their grip slips, they realize that they have been supported by the hand of Jesus all along. And since Jesus loves to see us laugh and enjoy life, humor must be peppered throughout the stories.

While a working wife and mother, Angela dabbled at writing. Her lifelong dream had always been to write a suspense novel. Reading secular novels often left her desiring more. When she started writing seriously, she quickly knew that she had to do more than just sprinkle a little of God’s love in the story. The love of God had to be woven integrally into the very fabric of the novel, and The Lion Within was born.

When not reading or writing, Angela can be found hiking trails or the beach on the Oregon Coast where she lives with her husband. She also enjoys trips to Texas and Oklahoma to visit family and friends. And she loves receiving messages from readers. You can contact her by email at

Angela believes good fiction immerses readers into situations they otherwise might never consider and introduces them to new perspectives. Pick up one of her books, and get ready to enjoy a breathtaking fictional adventure!

Books by Author

Book Image

Kill Shot

As if the stress of serving as a co-president isn’t enough, reality begins to blur as Rory Rydell battles flashbacks related to recent trauma. Exacerbating the situation, the presence of her fellow co-president triggers some of her terrors. Kill Shot is a story of overcoming fear and experiencing…

Book Image

The Lion Within

Life under the oppressive United World Order is the only life twenty-one-year-old Rory Rydell has known. Her family proves that poverty is alive and well, despite the Order’s claims. The Order considers citizens—like her younger sister—to be a drain on society and therefore disposable. Her family…

Developed by Camna, LLC

This is a service provided by ACFW, but does not in any way endorse any publisher, author, or work herein.