by Jake Byrne
A devotional book by Jake Byrne. First signed by the New Orleans Saints, Jake Byrne was recently signed by the San Diego Chargers.
by Mike Dellosso
Centralia is a suspense novel. Dellosso is the author of seven suspense novels published by Realms, a Charisma Media imprint, and a novelette published by Tyndale House Publishers. His published titles are: The Hunted (Realms), 2008; Scream (Realms), 2009; Darlington Woods (Realms), 2010; Darkness Follows (Realms), 2011; Frantic (Realms), 2012; A Thousand Sleepless Nights (as Michael King) (Realms), 2012; Rearview (Tyndale), 2012; Fearless (Realms), 2013.
by Debra Jeter
When a small-town Southern family given a ticket wins the 1975 state lottery, the mere anticipation of sudden wealth forces three generations of women to confront issues of greed and generosity, selfishness and compassion, doubt and faith. The hope initially sparked by the lottery win gives way to sorrow, but eventually all three women find their way toward deeper understanding and redemption.
by Cheryl Williford
Widow Sarah Nolt never expected another marriage proposal. She hardly knows the handsome Amish man who’s come to help with her barn raising. Besides, they’re both still mourning the loss of their spouses. But Mose Fisher needs a caretaker for his daughters, and Sarah needs to escape her father’s oppressive rule. They agree to a marriage of convenience, but when Sarah moves to Mose’s Amish community in Florida, she can’t help falling for the strong, kind widower and his little girls. To create a family, they’ll have to come to terms with their pasts…and the secret Sarah is unknowingly carrying.
Is there really such a thing as God honoring a family’s Christian faith commitment into the third and fourth generation? I’m aware that history reveals some families with a remarkable pattern of Christian faith being passed on from generation to generation. Recent events have forcibly reminded me that I and my family also represent a similar pattern. So to encourage parents, let me tell our story.
After spending valuable time telling a potential client what she still needed to add to her proposal, I sent her a note pointing out the following:
The proposal is your marketing tool when I, as agent, present your book project to editors. You have to think of three levels of scrutiny at a publisher.