Coming Up This Week
Christine Lindsay: Christmas Book Signing Bash
Mary Hawkins: Why My Baragula Series (Book Giveaway!)
Valerie Comer: What's in a Wiki?
Rita Galieh: Tapestry (and Book Giveaway)
Shirley Corder: Do You Expect An Answer?
We're celebrating our One Year Anniversary in November, with giveaways and an exciting announcement...
Have you ever wondered how to find one of our blog contributor's webpages and novels?
We've set up a brand new wiki at http://internationalchristianfiction.pbworks.com/w/page/Home to make that search easier for all of us. You'll find a search function in the top right-hand corner. Enter an author's name or a book title. You can also search by publisher, year published, the name of the country the book is set in, or various other search criteria. Go exploring! Have fun!
We'll be adding international fiction by other Christian authors in the upcoming weeks, so keep checking back. If you have any comments, corrections, or suggestions, please leave a comment here at the blog. Thanks!
We're very excited to announce that Christine Lindsay has sold her historical novel set in India circa 1919. Her novel will be a 2011 release from WhiteFire Publishing. Congratulations Christine!
If you're interested in helping Christine promote her new novel, please contact Christine or leave a comment on this post. Thank you!
Contest Giveaway Winners
Karenk is the winner of Rita Gerlach's book, Surrender The Wind (Narelle's post, November 8).
Kathi Macias has launched a new ministry website http://www.thetitus2women.com where they will do online mentoring for young women, as well as speaking at churches, women’s groups, etc., across the USA. For more information please check out their website.
Upcoming Book Releases
Lisa Harris' thriller, Blood Covenant, Book Two in the Mission Hope series set in Africa, will be a February 2011 release from Zondervan.
Lisa Harris' historical, An Ocean Away, set in Africa and New York in the early 1920's, will be a March 2011 release from Summerside Press.
Catherine West's debut novel, Yesterday's Tomorrow, set in Vietnam, will be a March 2011 release from Oak Tara Publishers.
Kathi Macias' contemporary set in Saudi Arabia, People of the Book, Book Four in the Extreme Devotion series, will be an April 2011 release from New Hope Publishers. Forced to choose between family and faith, her choice may also become life and death.
Mary Hawkins' contemporary set in Australia, Justice at Baragula, Book Three in the Baragula series, will be an April 2011 release from Ark House Press.
Jo-Anne Berthelsen's book, Helena's Legacy, will be a May 2011 release from Ark House Press.
Kathi Macias has a Freedom series involving human trafficking coming soon from New Hope Publishers. Deliver Me from Evil (October 2011); Special Delivery (January 2012); The Deliverer (April 2012).