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Below you'll find the latest news about new fiction book and movie releases and other happenings with your favorite Christian authors. We bring you up to date with news about all the major fiction genres including Amish, historical, suspense, speculative, romance, contemporary, young adult, children's and comics. Just click on any of the titles below to read the full news item.
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(August 3, 2012)
Award-Winning Author Eddie Jones Takes Readers to the Wild Wild West in a New Mystery YA Series
(August 3, 2012)
The Lovable Princess Parables Series Returns with Two New Books Retold "Under the I Can Read!" Brand, PRINCESS JOY'S PARTY and PRINCESS GRACE AND POPPY.
(August 1, 2012)
What Happens When a Natural Healer Can’t Heal Herself? Follow Beth through death’s mysterious valley up to God’s mountaintop of mercy.
(August 1, 2012)
Award-winning author and popular radio host Chris Fabry tackles tough ethical dilemmas in his gripping new novel, "Borders of the Heart", releasing in October.
Author: Lori Walburg / Illustrator: Richard Cowdrey
(July 31, 2012)
THE LEGEND OF THE CANDY CANE Gets a New Look from New York Times #1 Bestselling Illustrator Richard Cowdrey.
(July 27, 2012)
'The Deposit Slip' by Todd M. Johnson
(July 25, 2012)
Maureen Lang has chosen 'Bees in the Butterfly Garden' as the title for the first stand-alone novel in her new Gilded Age series available this month!
C.J. Darlington
(July 25, 2012)
New football film Touchback has been described as The Blind Side meets It’s a Wonderful Life.
(July 25, 2012)
The debut novel by Evan Angler, Swipe (Thomas Nelson), takes readers into a dystopian world where a tattooed mark allows people to shop, go to school and receive health care.
(July 25, 2012)
Shannon Dittemore’s debut novel is Angel Eyes (Thomas Nelson).
(July 24, 2012)
DreamWorks Animation has entered an agreement to buy Classic Media, owner of many of the best-known and most-enduring franchises in all of family entertainment.
(July 23, 2012)
‘25 Hill’ Grew From Emmy-Nominated Actor Corbin Bernsen’s Chance Encounter With News of Derby’s Financial Woes
(July 18, 2012)
Fans who’ve waited patiently for Lorena McCourtney to write another mystery starring Ivy Malone or Andi McConnell will delight in her brand-new series featuring assistant private investigator Cate Kinkaid.
(July 18, 2012)
The latest from Sarah Norkus is The Secret Diary of Sarah Chamberlain (Living Ink).
(July 18, 2012)
Mike Duran’s sophomore novel, The Telling (Realms), brings together a scarred prophet who has abandoned his gift, the doppelganger whose murder he must solve, and a quest to close one of the nine gates of hell.
(July 17, 2012)
Awards for excellence in Christian fiction were presented in nine categories.
(July 16, 2012)
Fans will be eager to know that October Baby the novel delves deeply into characters’ backgrounds, taking readers on an extended journey through their lives, and still packs the movie’s emotional punch and entertainment.
Ben Avery
(July 11, 2012)
One reason that Paul Asay wanted to write God on the Streets of Gotham (Tyndale House) was because Batman was “only the coolest superhero on the planet.”
(July 11, 2012)
Serpent of Moses (Bethany House) is the much-anticipated sequel to Don Hoesel’s Elisha’s Bones.
(July 11, 2012)
Ted Dekker and Tosca Lee continue their Books of Mortals trilogy with Mortal (Center Street).

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