Welcome to this edition of New Release central where we announce the newest releases! Today we have a lovely novella collection written by Faith Blum and entitled Life and Salvation. But that’s not all, folks! Until the end of the month, you can get all three novellas in one volume for the price of just ONE novella! Just click on this handy-dandy link to get your very own copy.
Some writer friends and I are having a huge sale January 24-30. There are over 140 books on the website and somewhere around 100 of those are on sale! Included in the sale books are four of mine: A Mighty Fortress, Redeemed, Life and Salvation, and Be Thou My Vision. The sale started yesterday and so far has been going very well!
All the books on the website are Clean reads and there are books for the whole family. Check it out today. NOTE: Not all the books are on sale the entire time, so please double check the price before you buy it.
Actually, it’s more than one announcement and I hope you are all as excited as I am.
I have another sale coming up soon. A Mighty Fortress will be free January 24-28 and will be advertised on Bookbub on January 24th. ^_^ Be Thou My Vision will be on sale January 24-28(?), and Redeemed will be free January 24-28, plus as I mentioned yesterday, Life and Salvation is discounted through January 31st. Continue reading →
Life and Salvation: Hymns of the West Novellas #1-3!
That’s right folks, the three novellas published last summer are now available for preorder in one volume! From now until January thirty-first, you can get the Kindle version for just $0.99!
Life and Salvation is a collection of I Love Thee,Pass Me Not, and Redeemed. As you may recall, each story has slight tie-ins to Amazing Grace. In I Love Thee, Cole Baxter writes to Maggie before realizing he almost made the biggest mistake of his life. In Amazing Grace, Caleb reads mail order brides advertisements written by Abigail and Mona and chooses Maggie’s instead. In Pass Me Not and Redeemed both young women get their own stories told. Continue reading →