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Thirteen Short Stories Told in One Town

Town tells the story of thirteen young people in one small town, somewhere in Australia. Each of thirteen short stories is told from a different perspective, and they all take place over the course of a year. It is another book for young adults by James Roy, an award-winning Australian author.

  • Liz Boltz Ranfeld |
  • January 03, 2008 |
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Go from Good to Great this Year

You don't have to settle for a life that's merely good in 2008. God wants to give you a life that's great! Here's how...

Little Known Era Brought to Life in Shadow of Treason

A Shadow of Treason is Tricia Goyer’s second book in the Chronicles of the Spanish Civil War. As with her previous World War II books, she has brought to life a little known era through her use of meticulous, but not overbearing, historical detail.

Believers Urged to Be Steadfast in The Beautiful Fight

In The Beautiful Fight, author Gary Thomas focuses on the need for transformation of minds, hearts, ears, eyes, mouths and bodies. He urges believers to be steadfast in the Christian disciplines while guarding against “the continuous creep toward complacency.”

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • December 25, 2007 |
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Fourth in Boo Series Continues Humor, Quirkiness

Boo Humbug is the fourth book in the Boo Series and continues the humorous look at the small town of Skary, Indiana. Full of quirky characters, miscommunication, and other idiosyncrasies of small town living, Boo Humbug is a fun novel—great for a chilly afternoon read.

Forever Christmas

Kristianna Harrington always dreamed of a Christmas wedding. But after two broken engagements, she's content to forget romance and run her Christmas shop in Jingle Bells, Arkansas. Read more from Christine Lynxwiler’s Forever Christmas.

  • Christine Lynxwiler |
  • December 18, 2007 |
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Scarlet Continues Trilogy, Re-Telling of Robin Hood

The King Raven trilogy is a re-telling of the story of Robin Hood. Scarlet is the second book in the series and much of the story is told from Will’s point of view. A twist at the end also ensures I’ll be reading Tuck (as in Friar Tuck) when it comes out in 2009.

Bible-Times Teens the Focus in New Devotional

In Teen People of the Bible, Daniel Darling covers many of the challenges teens face at school and at home. In each devotional, he provides a biblical example followed by one drawn from real life, some practical application and a few questions in workbook-style format.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • December 11, 2007 |
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Just "One More Day" with Mitch Albom

What if you could have one more day with someone who passed away? This is the question posed in an upcoming television movie based on the book by Mitch Albom, “For One More Day,” airing this Sunday night, December 9 on ABC.

A Sister’s Secret

In A Sister’s Secret, Grace Hostettler returns to her Amish community and becomes engaged. But then she runs into someone who knows enough about her former life to destroy her future. Can God bring anything good out of a shameful past? Read an excerpt from chapter one.

  • Wanda E. Brunstetter |
  • December 05, 2007 |
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Tone of Voice a Big Draw for Nobody

One of author Creston Mapes’ biggest draws in his novels is the tone of voice. Nobody tells the story from main character Hudson Ambrose’s perspective, but then it does something that is quite ingenious considering the scope of the novel: certain chapters unfold in the voices of other characters.

Beginnings

In Kim Vogel Sawyer’s Beginnings (Sommerfeld Trilogy: Book 2), Beth Quinn is struggling to find a place to belong in the Old Order Mennonite Community of Sommerfeld, Kansas. Read more from Chapter One.

  • Kim Vogel Sawyer |
  • November 29, 2007 |
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Auralia’s Colors a Strong, Well-Crafted Debut

Auralia's Colors is the strong, well-crafted debut novel by Jeffrey Overstreet. This is a story about loss and of hope, of the conflict that ensues when self-preservation and self-interest collide with self-sacrifice.

Steven James Makes His Move with The Pawn

In The Pawn, the first title in Steven James’ thriller series, an FBI agent finds himself dancing a deadly duet with a serial killer. I recently spoke with James, who talked about his decision to write fiction, his take on graphic content in thrillers and why Christian novelists can’t afford the luxury of mediocrity.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • November 27, 2007 |
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Best-Selling Author Considers Each Book an Offering to God

Angela Elwell Hunt never dreamed she’d one day be helping Christian celebrities pen their biographies and writing award-winning, best-selling novels. Hunt may pinch herself in a few weeks when one of her most popular titles becomes her first book to debut as a television movie

  • Stacy Hawkins Adams |
  • November 22, 2007 |
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Life Vignettes Create Amy Grant’s Mosaic

Mosaic, written by Amy Grant, is just that—vignettes from a life lived, for the most part, in the spotlight's glare. For anyone looking for a timeline or tell-all biography, this book will disappoint. Instead, this memoir intertwines her songs and the stories behind them.

Petticoat Ranch

Sophie Edwards is doing just fine, until a strange-yet oddly familiar-man rides into her life, insisting on rescuing her and her four daughters. Can she find a way to love a headstrong mountain man? Read more in an excerpt from Mary Connealy’s Petticoat Ranch.

Prepare for a Thrill-Ride with Violet Dawn

When you pick up a novel and the main character discovers a body in her hot tub by page four, chances are you're probably going to read on. But when you know the author is Brandilyn Collins, you'll want to hunker down and prepare for the thrill-ride.

  • C. J. Darlington |
  • November 14, 2007 |
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Mad About Us

Would you like a deeper experience of intimacy in your marriage? Authors Gary and Carrie Oliver show you how to move through conflict and anger to intimacy, a safe place to be both real and vulnerable, a place to discover more about yourself and your spouse. Read an excerpt from chapter one of Mad About Us.

  • Gary J. Oliver, Ph.D. & Carrie Oliver, M.A. |
  • November 13, 2007 |
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Dinesh D’Souza on What’s So Great About Christianity?

Given the rise of “militant atheism” in America, Albert Mohler recently interviewed author and columnist Dinesh D’Souza about his new book, What’s So Great About Christianity?

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