Grab a pen or get ready to click the hyperlinks for some great Christian reads! And here we go!
*Pssst: If you read one of these lovely books, please help the author and write a review. It’s your way to say thanks!
“Jackal” is the second book in Ms. Gray’s Regency Refuge series. It’s available for purchase on Kindle and Nook for 99c! Don’t you just love the cover?!
Here’s a snippet from the blurb: “When tragedy strikes, Juliana and her family must flee their home. Can they persuade a virtual stranger to help them? Juliana isn’t so sure, especially after their chaperone threatens to cane him. Even as Juliana struggles to trust him, she finds herself drawn to this mysterious man. Surely all she wants from him is refuge…”
Ms. Norkus is back on the blog with two books on sale! The first one, “Treasure of the Battersea Bluffs,” is on sale for $6.99 and available to purchase on Kindle.
Here’s a snippet from the blurb: “In the old factory district of Petersburg, near the Appomattox River, sits a rundown Palladian Villa known as Battersea. Hidden beneath the floorboards of the east wing lies a skeleton that hasn’t been disturbed for two hundred and forty years.”
Ms. Norkus’ other novel is on sale for $2.99 and available to purchase on Kindle.
And of course, here’s a snippet from the blurb: “In the year 2008, fifteen year-old Emily Grace (Em) discovers a secret hiding place under a wooden plank in the attic of an old house in Petersburg. It conceals a 150 year-old-diary belonging to Sarah Chamberlain, the previous owner of the house. Carefully turning to the last entry, Em’s interest is piqued by the mention of missing confederate gold and a murder mystery.”
If you would like to learn more about Ms. Norkus, please head on over to her website.
Yep, I’m back on the list. “A Live to Live” is on sale for Kindle and Nook at 99c. I’m donating my September royalties to the Sickle Cell Disease Association of America, Inc (SCDAA) in support of Sickle Cell Awareness Month.
Here’s a snippet from the blurb: “Mia is headed to the famed Nottingham for a month long vacation. She never imagined she’d run into her high-school sweetheart thousands of miles away from her home town. Why would God throw them back together?”
Ms. Pollard’s novel, “Woman of Light,” will be released in October. Right now, her novel is available for pre-order at 99c on Kindle.
Here’s a portion from the blurb: “Christian fiction inspired by the Bible, Judges chapters four and five.
Ehud, Israel’s great judge, is dead. He must have been out of his mind with sickness to prophesy his granddaughter Deborah would judge Israel.”
Ms. Alexander’s novel, “Where Treasure Hides” is being featured as a giveaway on The Diamond Mine of Christian Fiction website. So head on over for a chance to win a paperback or eBook copy. Happy Entering!
If you’re curious, here’s a snippet from the blurb: “Artist Alison Schuyler spends her time working in her family’s renowned art gallery, determined to avoid the curse that has followed the Schuyler clan from the Netherlands to America and back again. She’s certain that true love will only lead to tragedy—that is, until a chance meeting at Waterloo station brings Ian Devlin into her life.”
Author Jo Huddleston has a weekly giveaway on her blog. This week, she is hosting a giveaway for Paula Mowery’s “For Our Good.” You have until September 22nd to enter the giveaway. Happy Entering!
Here’s a portion of the blurb: “Charlie Jarvis is haunted by loss that fuels her desire to rid the world of drug traffickers. When her next assignment takes her back to her hometown, she has to confront her painful past. She has no interest in a relationship since God seems to kill everyone she loves.“
“For Our Good” is available on Kindle for $3.99 if you wish to purchase it directly.
Many of you know how much I loved “The Hesitant Heiress.” If not, feel free to read the blog here or here. It’s being released in paperback this month and Ms. Crandall has a couple of giveaways for it.
Here’s a portion of the blurb: “After being unjustly expelled from the Boston Conservatory of Music, Amaryllis Brigham sees her dreams of founding a music academy in her hometown of Seattle, Washington, disappearing before her very eyes. Now, the only way to achieve her goal comes with high stakes for someone set on avoiding men as much as possible: Marry within the year to inherit the immense fortune of her estranged grandmother.”