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Comment by Kathleen Smith on March 19, 2015 at 4:54pm

Giving away a copy of Stephanie Landsem's newest novel, The Tomb: A Novel of Martha on my blog Reviews From The Heart. Giveaway ends March 26th.

Comment by Chris Henderson on March 18, 2015 at 2:36pm

My blog interview today is with Dr. Richard Mabry a retired physician turned writer. His books have been finalists in competitions ranging from ACFW’s Carol Award to Romantic Times’ Inspirational Book of the Year. His novel, Lethal Remedy, won a 2012 Selah Award from the Blue Ridge Mountain Christian Writers Conference.  In the interview,  we discuss getting past rejections, rewriting and keeping up with the changes in publishing. Hope you'll drop by for an enlightening read at

Comment by Mary Collins on March 5, 2015 at 2:46pm

The Pirate and the Firefly Resist Peer Pressure
Being part of the group and getting to pretend to be a pirate is all Oliver wants. When he goes out with his mates on a pirate escapade, they steal something from a local merchant, as well as other activities that leaves Oliver uncomfortable. Oliver is faced with a choice to follow his new friends or follow God in the picture book The Pirate and the Firefly by Tara McClary Reeves and Amanda Jenkins.


Comment by Chris Henderson on February 24, 2015 at 12:33pm

New writers are often told to "write what they know." One of the best ways to do this is to choose something the writer is passionate about. That's what Sandra M. Hart has done in writing her historical romance books centered around the Civil War. Read about her writing and her tips for writing and marketing at

Comment by dichira a dane on January 17, 2015 at 12:01pm


A meaningful journey of what life is all about. Through good times and bad. Surely to lift your soul at the end! Note this book is religious.

Comment by Chris Henderson on January 13, 2015 at 3:27pm

Editors and agents are always saying they want to see something new and unique. Marissa Shrock did just that in her Christian dystopian novel as she considered a 'what if' in creating her debut novel. She also took the time to hone her craft by going through the courses at CWG with Jerry Jenkins. Come read her interview where we discuss what makes fantasy work and tips for writing and getting published. Read it at and get encouragement for your writing in the future.

Comment by Chris Stevenson on January 9, 2015 at 7:39am

The Girl They Sold to the Moon is finally here in e-book format on Amazon for $2.99! Don’t miss this award-winner—it’s fast and furious—a dark and edgy Burlesque in space.


Eighteen-year-old Tilly Breedlove's father has just pawned his daughter for a huge cash advance to escape a penitentiary sentence. She’s whisked away to Luna-the Tranquility Harbor Mining Company, 240,000 miles from home. Family Trade and Loan, an unscrupulous company, is more than willing to take her on and exploit her talent. Forced to be an exotic dancer, she performs risqué shows for the filthy, but filthy rich ore miners--a far cry from her classical and modern dance training. If she isn't resisting obscene advances from bearded "Prairie Dogs", she's fending off jealous head-liner acts who view her as a threat to their status-and when those jealous showgirls say "break a leg", they aim to cause it.

The only reprieve she finds in this shop of horrors is a few close ward friends, a sympathetic dance coach/choreographer, and Buddy Gunner Bell, who just might become the love of her life. It's just enough to stem her psychological meltdown. A tragedy on the Moon base lands Tilly back on Earth. Tilly plots a daring escape plan with her friends. Their plan requires split-second timing and a daring dash. If she can just get past the corporation's airtight security.

Comment by Clint Smith on December 25, 2014 at 9:42pm

FAITH AND THE FORMULA by best-selling author Clint Smith

- "A fantastic story"- Ronda Rich, one of America's most popular authors    available at   

 - Amazing, a true page-turner, a great holiday gift

Tim Jennings searches for his lost fiancee who presumably died in a car accident.  But he believes that she is alive - her body never recovered.  His international search leads him headlong into an encounter with a covert organization that has created a medical formula that halts the aging process.  However, they intend to use the formula to leverage their way to evil goals.  Along the way, Tim's courage is tested and he re-examines his own faith.

Comment by Chris Henderson on December 22, 2014 at 10:46pm

My blog post this week is with "Love Inspired" Romance Author, Jolene Navarro. We chat about favorite Christmas traditions and her tips for writing. Stop by for a great holiday read at

Comment by Mary Collins on December 14, 2014 at 9:32pm

Best of 2014 Giveaway Hop
I love historical fiction. I read Playing by Heart, a new novel by Anne Mateer published in 2014, and found it quite entertaining. So, I have selected it as my book to give away in the Best of 2014 Giveaway Hop. Stop by inspiredbooksguide for chance to win this book and others in the Best of 2014 Giveaway Hop!


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