There’s a lot of great fiction to look forward to in the coming months and we’ve got the biggest releases right here.

For the Littles

Lisa T. Bergren is expanding her bestselling children’s series with a seasonal release: God Gave Us Thankful Hearts! Parents and children love this series about adorable animals and their families. Bergren has used the series to teach many concepts over the years and now she’s tackling the topic of gratitude.

For Holiday Reading

Over the years fans have become a part of the Baxter family. And just when Karen Kingsbury thought she was done telling their story, they have resurfaced in the fiction scene once again. Also, this family will be making their way to your small screen very soon! Get all the details about the family you love so much!

For the Romantics

Katherine Reay is adding a fourth book to her body of work. Reay is known from previous works for incorporating literary elements from Jane Austen and her contemporaries. A Portrait of Emily Price is no different. This award-winning author continues her streak of fan-favorite books!

For the Adventure Seekers

Since Susan May Warren wrapped up her Christensen family series, she is beginning a new and different journey for readers. She is traveling to Montana to follow the stories of rescuers who spend their lives searching for missing individuals. It’s adventure and romance and it’s coming this October!

For the History Buffs

Lynn Austin is flipping the script on the usual historical novel with a split narrative. One of her main characters, who emigrated from the Netherlands to the Michigan wilderness in the mid-1800s, is attempting to write a memoir of her experiences. Lynn’s other protagonist is Anna, who has just ended her engagement to a wealthy banker. Readers are invited on this journey of reflection and self-discovery through the journeys of these two women. Their lives are connected in ways they can’t imagine and big revelations await them.

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About The Author

Lynn Austin has sold more than one and a half million copies of her books worldwide. She has won multiple Christy Awards for her historical fiction, and was inducted into the Christy Award Hall of Fame. Her novel Hidden Places was made into a Hallmark Channel movie. Lynn and her husband have raised three children and make their home in western Michigan.