Christy by Catherine Marshall About the book: (from the publisher) The train taking nineteen-year-old teacher Christy Huddleston from her home in Asheville, North Carolina, might as well be transporting her to another world. The Smoky Mountain community of Cutter Gap feels suspended in time, trapped by poverty, superstitions, and century-old traditions.
The Delusion by Laura Gallier About the book: (from the publisher) By March of Owen Edmonds’s senior year, eleven students at Masonville High School have committed suicide. Amid the media frenzy and chaos, Owen tries to remain levelheaded―until he endures his own near-death experience and wakes to a distressing new reality. The people around him suddenly appear […]
The Shadow by Kimberly Rae About the book: (from the publisher) Using multiple personas, Lucias Maddox Moore followed Meagan Winston on her travels for three years, learned from her ability to smile and make friends, and gained confidence as he began his international drug trade. He needs to show Meagan how much she means to him.
The Space Between Words by Michèle Phoenix About the book: (from the publisher) “There were seconds, when I woke, when the world felt unshrouded. Then memory returned.” When Jessica regains consciousness in a French hospital on the day after the Paris attacks, all she can think of is fleeing the site of the horror she survived. But Patrick, the […]
The Pretender: A Blackguard in Disguise by Ta’Mara Hanscom About the book: (from the publisher) First in a volume of five in the epic Caselli Family series. It begins in South Dakota in 1975 where eighteen-year-olds could order 3.2 beers in a bar and loaded guns were kept under the counter. Frankie Valli sang “My Eyes Adored […]
Liar’s Winter: An Appalachian Novel by Cindy K. Sproles About the book: (from the publisher) “The choices you make determine who you are. Not no mark.” Lochiel Ogle was born with a red-wine birthmark—and it put her life in jeopardy from the moment she entered the world. Mountain folks called it “the mark of the devil,” […]
Loving Luther by Allison Pittman About the book: (from the publisher) Germany, 1505. In the dark of night, Katharina von Bora says the bravest good-bye a six-year-old can muster and walks away as the heavy convent gate closes behind her.
Toni Morrison famously said, “If there is a book that you want to read but it hasn’t been written yet, then you must write it.” When I began writing HER MEMORY OF MUSIC, there wasn’t an abundance of inspirational (“Christian”) novels that compellingly addressed real-life issues, where answers aren’t easy and problems are complex—maybe even scandalous. Fortunately, in the […]
Author Paula Scott has released a new novel, and today I’m delighted to have her here on the blog to tell us something about it. Read on to learn more about THE MOTHER KEEPER and how you can enter the giveaway to win her e-book. But first a bit about Paula. She’s the wife of Scott, […]
Introducing a new slip-time novel about two pivotal moments in our nation’s history, centuries apart. Freedom’s Ring, by debut author Heidi Chiavaroli.