The next installment in Joceyln Green’s Heroines Behind the Lines series is coming in May! Jocelyn answered some questions for us about this much-anticipated novel.
What are you most anticipating about the release of Yankee in Atlanta?
One of the things I’m most excited about is that readers who loved Ruby O’Flannery in the first book of the series, Wedded to War, will now get to see her storyline to a satisfying resolution. No, Ruby is not the Yankee in Atlanta the title refers to, but her story is a major subplot, or even parallel plot, to what’s happening down South for Caitlin McKae, our new heroine. Continue reading / Leave a comment…
Our authors don’t just write fiction– and we don’t just publish it– for the fun of it (though there is definitely fun involved!). What how our authors inspire our readers matters, and that is why we are excited about Davis Bunn’s 40 Day Devotional. The Turning is being called devotional fiction because it is fiction with a purpose. This novel illustrates the spiritual discipline of listening and being attentive and ready when God speaks. The devotional will accompany the themes explored in the book.
“A voice resonated from a distance and somehow from within. Against all earthly logic, it carried a divine command.
In Shades of Mercy, Mercy– the main character– grows up as best friends with Mick. Mercy was a white farm girl and Mick was a Maliseet Indian, but they never cared that they were from different background.
While this was fine when they were children, as they grew older it became unacceptable in the eyes of many in their town, who discriminated against the Maliseet. However, people like Mercy and her parents stood up for the marginalized Native Americans in various ways, becoming very influential in the community. They demonstrated love for their neighbors and respect for a different culture, even in the face of opposition from their friends and peers. Continue reading / Leave a comment…
To celebrate the release of Abraham and Sarah this month, we’re giving away FIVE copies of this biblical fiction novel by Roberta Kells Dorr. Read a description of the book below and find out how to enter the contest at the bottom of this post.
“A splendid exploration of faith against great odds and love that endures years of disappointment.
Abraham and Sarah is a masterful historical drama from the moment that Abraham strides into the pagan temple to rescue Sarah. The couple set out in search of the blessings God had promised: abundant fertile land and decedents more plentiful than the stars.