Sunday, March 27, 2011


Coming Up This Week


Marcia Laycock


Alice Valdal: Mark, Read and Inwardly Digest


Donna Fletcher Crow: Living with a Split Personality - Rebecca Jenkins/Martha Oakley


Guest Blogger Dina Sleiman: Exploring God in All His Shades and Textures

Friday Devotion

Marcia Lee Laycock: A Matter of Timing


Contest Giveaway Winners

Marion is the winner of a book from Adams Media (Rita's post, March 17)

Congratulations Marion!


New Book Releases

Catherine West's debut novel, Yesterday's Tomorrow, set in Vietnam, is a March 2011 release from Oak Tara Publishers.

Lisa Harris' historical, An Ocean Away, set in Africa and New York in the early 1920's, is a March 2011 release from Summerside Press.


Upcoming Book Releases

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.

Tessa Stockton's book, The Unforgivable, Book One in the Wounds of South America series, will be an April 2011 release from Risen Books.

Mary Hawkins' contemporary set in Australia, Justice at Baragula, Book Three in the Baragula series, will be a May 2011 release from Ark House Press.

Jeanette Windle's contemporary set in Afghanistan, Freedom's Stand, the sequel to Veiled Freedom, will be a May 2011 release from Tyndale.

Jo-Anne Berthelsen's book, Helena's Legacy, will be a June 2011 release from Ark House Press.

Christine Lindsay's historical set in India circa 1919, Shadowed in Silk, will be a May 2011 release in e-book format and a September 2011 release in print format from Whitefire Publishing.

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).

To find more International Christian Fiction books, please visit our Recent Releases page, Backlist Titles page and our International Christian Fiction wiki.



New Fiction Project

Grace Bridges has launched a multi-author microfiction project called Avenir Eclectia. It's a world with flavours of sci-fi, fantasy and supernatural, where any author is welcome to join in and contribute short pieces (ideal length 200 words). There's a space station orbiting a volcanic planet with undersea cities, inhabited by aristocrats, wizards, scientists, hunters, miners, criminals, orphans, telepathic sea creatures and more. Something for everyone!

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