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NEWS: Robin Jones Gunn Featured in More To Life Magazine

Robin Jones Gunn, author of the popular Christy Miller series that started 25 years ago, announced in her featured article in More To Life Magazine that she will be continuing the popular saga of Christy and Todd into their married life. Gunn writes, “I’m over-the-moon happy to say that I’ve started writing a new tale about Christy and Todd in their married years.”

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NEWS: My Hope Is Found reviewed by USA Today

My Hope Is Found, the final novel in the Cadence of Grace trilogy by Joanne Bischof, was reviewed on USA Today‘s “Happily Ever After” blog. Writes reviewer Serena Chase, “Just as in the previous books in the Cadence of Grace series, readers will be transported back in time to turn of the century Appalachia to experience a unique spin on love, marriage, and God’s redemptive plan.”

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NEWS: Raising Boys by Design reviewed on Women’s Bible Cafe



Raising Boys by Design: What the Bible and Brain Science Reveal About What Your Son Needs to Thrive, by Dr. Gregory Jantz and Michael Gurian, was reviewed on “Combining Biblical instruction wtih scientific studies,” writes reviewer Heather King, “Jantz and Gurian argue that boys are in jeopardy in our schools and society.”

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Women of Christmas Radio Special

WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group and Westar Media Group are producing and distributing a 30-minute radio special featuring New York Times bestselling author and popular speaker Liz Curtis Higgs and her latest book The Women of Christmas: Experience the Season Afresh with Elizabeth, Mary and Anna .

 Hundreds of Christian radio stations around the country have signed up to air the 30-minute special or a series of 60-second vignettes, which offer a closer look at the three vital women in the story of the Christ child’s birth. Higgs, who is best known for her million-selling Bad Girls of the Bible, along with radio host Chris Fabry discuss a trio of the Bible’s good girls, Elizabeth, Mary and Anna, and why God chose them to fulfill his promise of a Messiah.

 “Christmas is so much more than a holiday,” says Higgs. [ … ]

NEWS: Review Raves for “What Once Was Lost”


The Christian Manifesto states about award-winning author Kim Vogel Sawyer’s new novel, What Once Was Lost:

“This story was by far my favorite by this author. I got dragged in so completely that I devoured this book and was sad to put it down. The thing I loved most about the story was the gritty and realistic feeling throughout it. I never once felt that something was unrealistic or implausible. The author’s descriptions and amazing character development kept this story at a good pace and made my mind’s eye go crazy with color and feelings. I loved this storyline so much!”

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