Comments from Christian Fiction Authors

Not sure if you know it or not, but each month I post any ACFW members’ new releases on my New Releases Worth Noting blog. And this month I got a couple of comments from some authors of these new releases, so I thought I’d share them with you.

Lisa Harris, author of Love Finds You in Revenge, Ohio, wrote:

Thanks for posting my new book on your blog! I’m giving away five copies this week on my blog. All you have to do is leave a comment!

Isn’t that a great title for a book? Summerside Press has launched
 the LOVE FINDS YOU™ series highlighting US towns and cities with quirky names and featuring portions of the actual history or character of the places. Plus, the books promise to be romantic and fun.

Hey! While you’re over there at Lisa’s blog leaving your comment so you can win a copy of her book, check out the trailer for the book and her blog on living in Africa. So interesting!

Candace Calvert, author of Critical Care, wrote:

Thank you for the mention of CRITICAL CARE, my debut medical drama for Tyndale House. I’m eager for readers to “scrub in” and see what can happen when “Grey’s Anatomy finds its soul.”

Here’s the back cover copy from her website:

After her brother dies in a trauma room, nurse Claire Avery can no longer face the ER. She’s determined to make a fresh start–n
ew hospital, new career in nursing education–move forward, no turning back. But her plans fall apart when she’s called to offer stress counseling for medical staff after a heart-breaking day care center explosion. Worse, she’s forced back to the ER, where she clashes with Logan Caldwell, a doctor who believes touchy-feely counseling is a waste of time. He demands his staff be as tough as he is. Yet he finds himself drawn to this nurse educator … who just might teach him the true meaning of healing.

If you like ER, Gray’s Anatomy or any of the medical drama shows, it sounds like this one would be a good read for you.

And, I got a sweet “thank you” from Missy Tippens, author of His Forever Love, a sweet story that begins with a local legend about first love and a “forever tree.” Missy surely knows a lot about true love after being married twenty-plus years to her pastor-husband.

I hope this doesn’t sound like one big advert, but one thing you can count on from ACFW authors: compelling, uplifting fiction. Check out these two and any of the other books showcased on New Releases Worth Noting.
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One thought on “Comments from Christian Fiction Authors

  1. Angie Arndt says:

    A sweet, sweet lady – Charlene – left a lovely comment on this post:

    hi i love christian books ,im trying new authors all the time. god bless

    Charlene, thank you so much for your comment. I rejected your original post because it included some personal information and I wanted to keep you safe.

    Thanks again for your encouragement. The Christian fiction industry has many talented authors. Keep on readin' 🙂

    God bless you, too!

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