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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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(February 6, 2012)
Melody Carlson’s latest novel for teens is The Jerk Magnet.
 
written by Ben Avery
(February 6, 2012)
A weekly webcomic doesn’t just ask the question “what’s so funny about church?”—it answers it.
 
(February 6, 2012)
Mimi Pearson, director of FIRST Wild Card Tours, which uses blog tours to promote books, has started an independent press, FIRST Wild Card Press.
 
(January 30, 2012)
Stolen artwork, fleeing Nazis and the French resistance all feature in Chasing Mona Lisa (Revell Books), from prolific authors Tricia Goyer and Mike Yorkey.
 
(January 30, 2012)
In February, look for the latest from Mary Ellis, An Amish Family Reunion (Harvest House).
 
(January 30, 2012)
Ginny L. Yttrup’s Lost and Found (B&H Books) was written during one of the most difficult seasons of the author’s own life.
 
by Kathi Macias
(January 26, 2012)
Event includes keynote address by Walden Media's Michael Flaherty, screenings of The Grace Card and Of Gods and Men, and panels addressing Christian filmmaking.
 
(January 23, 2012)
All-new title from Big Idea Entertainment features a lesson in handling hurt
 
Ben Avery
(January 23, 2012)
The Donkey That No One Could Ride (Harvest House), written by Anthony DeStefano and illustrated by Richard Cowdrey, gives the story of Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem a new spin.
 
(January 23, 2012)
Suzanne Woods Fisher kicks off the brand-new Stoney Ridge Seasons series with The Keeper (Revell Books).
 
(January 23, 2012)
There is nothing like hands-on research to make stories and characters come alive, according to experienced novelist Andrea Boeshaar.
 
(January 23, 2012)
Enjoy reading romances? FamilyFiction is looking for romance readers.
 
(January 16, 2012)
A movie night provided the inspiration behind Denise Hunter’s latest book, The Accidental Bride (Thomas Nelson), a twist on the “marriage of convenience” storyline.
 
(January 16, 2012)
As a reporter, Truman Wiley was used to delivering the news—good, bad, and otherwise.
 
(January 16, 2012)
Rita Gerlach’s characters from her latest historical, Before the Scarlet Dawn (Abingdon Press), leave England in 1775, desperate for a new beginning, a common motivation for those seeking the shores of America.
 
(January 11, 2012)
In honor of the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic, Christy Award winner Cathy Gohlke's "Promise Me This" takes place during the tragedy.
 
(January 11, 2012)
Cindy Woodsmall returns to bookshelves with The Scent of Cherry Blossoms: A Romance from the Heart of Amish Country.
 
(January 11, 2012)
Who were your favorite Christian fiction authors last year? Your favorite books, book trailers, DVDs? Take a minute to share what you liked best in 2011!
 
Ben Avery
(January 11, 2012)
In the latest of Elena Pasquali’s “Two Minute” storybooks, The Lion Book of Two Minute Parables (Kregel), these stories are retold for parents and children to read together.
 
Ben Avery
(January 5, 2012)
Carolyn Larsen has been retelling stories from the Bible for little readers for a long time, with her Little Girls and Little Boys Bible Storybook line of books.
 

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