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FamilyFiction Weekly: April 03, 2012
|Spotlight: PROPHET (Books of the Infinite)
New from R. J. Larson: Inexperienced, undignified, and a girl, Ela of Parne is definitely not a candidate for being a prophet of the Infinite… or so she thinks. Suddenly chosen to deliver warnings to a nation torn apart by war, what must she sacrifice as she follows the call of the Infinite?
|New issue! FamilyFiction Edge
The April/May 2012 issue of FamilyFiction Edge is online and it includes: Brandilyn Collins * Marcher Lord Press * eBook mysteries * Randy Singer * Eric Wilson * Mike Yorkey * Lynette Eason * and much more! Read online or download it -- free!
|10 Essential Voices in Regency Romance
The Regency period -- 1811-1820 -- has provided writers and filmmakers with a seemingly unending source of inspiration, first made famous by Jane Austen and her timeless novels. Here are ten Christian authors to add to your Regency romance collection!
|Q&A: Bonnie S. Colhoun
Debut novelist Bonnie S. Calhoun answers our questions about her action-comedy-mystery Cooking the Books. The book introduces Sloane Templeton, a character the author describes as a cross between Lara Croft and Stephanie Plum. Read the interview here!
|News: No "No-Risk" Guarantees
In her own life, Beth K. Vogt has discovered that God's best offers wait behind the doors marked "Never." And now she's woven that lesson into her debut novel, Wish You Were Here, which demonstrates how our plans are not always God's plans for us. Read the news item here!
|Giveaway: THE ACCIDENTAL BRIDE
We're giving away ten copies of The Accidental Bride, the latest volume in the Big Sky Romance series by author Denise Hunter. How to enter: Go to the contest page and enter your name and email address. Deadline is April 3 at midnight!
|You could win FORBIDDEN
We're giving away five copies of Forbidden, the first volume in the new Books of Mortals series by authors Ted Dekker and Tosca Lee. How to enter: Go to this page at FamilyFiction.com and post a comment! Deadline is April 3 at midnight!
|Free Christian Fiction!
Our "free fiction" page includes links to free downloads for multiple reading devices, including Kindle, Nook, Apple iPad, Kobo, Windows PC, Mac, and more! Find a list of available titles here! We also post #FreeChristianFiction links weekly on Twitter.com/FamilyFiction.
Our "free fiction" page also includes links to watch Christian and family friendly films online -- including titles from Hulu and Netflix (streaming account required). Titles include The Secrets of Jonathan Sperry, A Shepherd of Pure Heart, VeggieTales, and more!
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|Good bookstores and libraries!
We're launching a new department in the magazine, and we're looking for booksellers, libraries, and church libraries that carry a healthy selection of Christian fiction and have knowledgeable folks working there. If you know of such a place click through and let us know!
|FamilyFiction Mar/Apr 2012
Beth Wiseman talks about her contemporary fiction debut Need You Now * 10 Essential Voices in Regency Romance * Plus new releases in Amish, Historical, Romance, Contemporary, and Children's books! Read online or download it -- free!
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