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Christian Fiction December New Releases

»Posted on Dec 8, 2020 in Blog | 0 comments

December 2020 New Releases More in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the ACFW Fiction Finder website. Contemporary Romance: A Prayer Quilt Christmas by Nancy J. Farrier — Meg’s ex-husband took her boys away for the holidays, and she’s lost her heart to celebrate, but Wade is determined to make this Christmas special for her. (Contemporary Romance, Independently Published) His Holiday Prayer by Tina Radcliffe — After receiving an unexpected job offer in Texas, widower Tucker Rainbolt decides he and his twins need a fresh start. But moving on means leaving his best friend, Jena Harper, and their vet clinic behind. For the first time, Tucker sees Jena as more than a buddy. What if leaving isn’t the answer? Maybe what he’s been missing has...

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July 2020 New Christian Fiction Releases

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July 2020 New Releases More in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the ACFW Fiction Finder website. Contemporary Romance:  How Sweet It Is by Robin Lee Hatcher — A businessman trying to reconnect with his brother returns to his hometown and rents the apartment where his great-great-grandparents lived during the late 1920s. He never suspects his attractive landlady, a struggling restaurant owner who works with women at a local shelter, is the one person who might help him reach his brother. (Contemporary Romance from HarperCollins Christian Publishing)   Love’s Autumn Harvest by Patricia Lee — A widow, a divorcee, and a widower find themselves in a love triangle that gets complicated as each one finds themselves drawn into...

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June 2020 New Releases for Christian Fiction

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June 2020 New Releases More in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the ACFW Fiction Finder website. Contemporary Romance: Forever Home by Amy Grochowski — A Canadian Amish farmer proposes a convenient marriage to a Lancaster Amish businesswoman so they can join a new community welcoming married couples only. They are both surprised when a Prince Edward Island foster child finds her way to them in need of a home. Yet what will happen when the English world and the Amish world collide? (Romance from Ambassador International) Start With Me by Kara Isaac — A professional woman and her old flame, who doesn’t remember her, are forced to work together when the companies they work for merge. (Romance, Independently Published) A Father’s...

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May 2020 New Releases for Christian Fiction

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May 2020 New Releases More in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the ACFW Fiction Finder website. Children’s: The Edge of Everywhen by A.S. Mackey — Begin with an ancient, mysterious, self-aware book. Add two heartbroken children, reeling from the loss of their mother. Mix in a cantankerous aunt, dreams that see the future, and a father trying to make his way home and you get “The Edge of Everywhen,” a captivating tale of loss, hope, revelation, and unexplained mystery. “The Edge of Everywhen” is a book-lover’s book, a story of intrigue in which two children embark upon a life-changing journey of faith. (Middle Grade from B & H Publishing) Contemporary Romance: A Mother’s Homecoming by Lisa Carter —...

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April 27th National Tell Us a Story Day by Margaret Daley

»Posted on Apr 27, 2020 in Blog | 0 comments

April 27th National Tell Us a Story Day (To make it clear that doesn’t mean tell a lie.) By Margaret Daley  For a writer this is a perfect day. I try to spin stories all the time, but I must confess since having to stay at home for the past six weeks, I haven’t written much. I thought it might be fun in the tradition of this day since it is a National Tell Us a Story Day. This date doesn’t have to be only for writers. For parents who have children at home because the schools are shut down, it might be fun to start a story with a line or two then ask them to continue the story.  Some examples might be:  Emma heard a scratching sound against her window. As a chill ran up her spine… Or  Joan waded out into the surf, the warm sea covering her legs as she neared the...

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