By Michelle Shocklee
Change is coming to Rose Hill plantation in Texas in this historical romance from the Civil War era. With Mama gone and Papa determined to find a husband for Adella Rose Ellis, the future looks uncertain. When Papa returns from Galveston, where he’d gone to purchase new slaves, Adella is shocked to discover the handsome stranger with a distinct limp arriving with Papa is not only the son of her father’s longtime friend, but also the new overseer of Rose Hill plantation. Though Seth seems a gentleman, past experience reminds Adella that all overseers are cut from the same, unsavory cloth. That sets the stage for a romance that ends in an elopement.
My congratulations to Dr. Saundra Dalton-Smith, a medical doctor, for being awarded the Golden Scroll Award for Come Empty as their Non-fiction Book of the Year by AWSA (Advanced Writers and Speakers Association) at their annual banquet. The publisher is the SonRise Devotionals imprint of Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas.
By Mark E. Fisher
Taran’s struggles against spiritual darkness, his turning away from Druid beliefs to faith in Christ, and his subsequent role helping the evangelist Pátrick plant churches and spread the Gospel across pagan, Celtic Ériu. A raging sea. Wrathful kings. Druid plots. Can he find the spiritual truth he so desperately seeks and return to his beloved Laurna?
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 Lori Hatcher
Hungry for God…Starving for Time: Five-Minute Devotions for Busy Women was written for busy women, women like Lori Hatcher, a magazine editor and health professional with many articles to her credit. As the wife of a youth pastor and Bible study leader, she determined that today’s women need a resource that speaks to them where they are—in break rooms, carpool lines, or wherever they can snatch five minutes of quiet reflection.
By Lori Stanley Roeleveld
When a blog has more than a million pageviews, and others are getting 250,000 or more pageviews, you know Lori Stanley Roeleveld is touching a nerve. And when Jerry Jenkins admits he could not stop reading the blogs in Running from a Crazy Man you know it is well-written.