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We have three prizes to give away to one winner, and it’s easy to enter! It stars on October 24th!


Getting Ready for ACFW Gala Awards!


Two of our authors are finalists in the American Christian Fiction Writers’ Carol Awards this year, and we’re so excited for them! The awards’ gala is Saturday, August 27th in Nashville, TN, and we’ll be there to cheer them on!

If you plan to attend the awards’ ceremony, look us up! I’m not sure where we’ll be seated, but we’d love to meet fellow authors and readers this coming week!


Christine H. Bailey’s April 30th release, The Broken One, is the story of a 17-year-old trying to find her way back to normal after the death of her best friend. We wanted a cover that highlighted both the hope and the anguish, and our cover artist delivered. See for yourself, and let us know what you think in the comments below!

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The Thorn Keeper by Pepper D. Basham

The sequel to Pepper Basham’s award-winning inspirational, historical romance, The Thorn Bearer, releases on February 28th! Already available for pre-order, The Thorn Keeper has garnered positive reviews well in advance of its release.

#Pg69Challenge from beyond the grave: found #mystery MS by Marjorie Owen

#Pg69Challenge from beyond the grave: found #mystery MS by Marjorie Owen.


Dear Readers,

I just want you to know that, while my book may seem critical of America, it is actually a love letter to America.  A country where freedom prevails and where an individual exists.  A country that has unsurpassed justice and liberty.

 However, I believe that in order for our country to remain great, we cannot be passive citizens but active, educated, critical thinking denizens.  In other words, I think the world painted in my novel is a true possibility but a long way off.  Most of the time.

 When talking to neighbors, friends, and acquaintances, I often think to myself, “Wow.  America is really great.  We have nothing to worry about.”  But then, I turn on the television or walk into a supermarket and watch drones scanning items in automated lines and in an automated fashion tuned into their cell phones instead of those around them,and I think, “Wow.  The world is a scary book.

My dystopian world could actually materialize.”  So, my book is not so much of a warning as a reminder to retain our ability to think and to immerse ourselves in our society and leave the automated drone action at the supermarket.  To protect our rights and fight for them if need be.  That is all.  Because I love America, I can criticize her flaws.

Coming soon from AE Weber Wolstein

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