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January 2012 author news

05 Jan Posted by in Meetings | Comments

Twin Hearts, third in The Lewis Legacy Series, by JoAnn Durgin, is releasing by mid-March this year.

 

Laura V. Hilton’s Promised to Another, third in the Amish of Seymour series, is available for preorder on both CBD and Amazon, and will release by the end of March.

 

A blurb about the book:

 

Annie Beiler is an Amish school teacher. She was in love with an Amish man, Luke Stultz, but Luke left the Amish community during his rumspringa, but not without begging Annie to go with him. Now Luke is back, trying to win back Annie’s love. Joshua Esh may be Amish, but he has been bitten by the travel bug. He sees the opportunity to relocate fromPennsylvaniatoMissourias a way to satisfy his longing to see another place yet remain with people of his faith. Josh quickly notices the beautiful Annie, but Annie is slow to respond. With Luke in the picture, and Josh’s admission that he willingly left his district, will either man be steady and dependable enough to win the gift of Annie’s heart?

 

Laura is also having a booksigning on January 19, at the Horseshoe Bend Public Library in Horseshoe Bend, Arkansas. It will start at 1 p.m.

 

Ada Brownell’s new book, Swallowed by LIFE, Mysteries of Death, Resurrection and the Eternal, was published Dec. 13 and is available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and other sites.

 

A blurb about the book:

 

Do you know you are more than a physical body? An award-winning medical and religion writer, Ada Brownell—through her research after the death of her daughter—shows why we have hope for eternal life, not only from a Christian point of view, but because of physical evidence.

 

 

Tiffany Amber Stockton (writing as Amber Stockton) signed with literary agent Sandra Bishop of MacGregor Literary in December 2011. Amber also signed 2 new contracts for the next 2 books in her Brandywine Brides series. The tentative book titles are Stealing Hearts and Antique Dreams. They will be released late in 2012.

 

Alison Strobel will be signing at Written World Communication’s grand opening on the 14th in Colorado Springs. On February 11th Alison is on a panel at the Pikes Peak Library District’s Day of Romance. (There will other ACFW authors there, too, such as Donita K. Paul, Beth Vogt, Kathleen E. Kovach, Tiffany Amber Stockton,Mary Davis, Olivia Newport, Paula Moldenhauer, Lisa Tawn Bergren, Megan DiMaria, Brock Eastman, Alison Strobel Morrow, Kimberley Woodhouse .)

Mary Ellis’ newest book, An Amish Family Reunion, releases in February from Harvest House.

In December, Lisa Carter signed a contract for her debut novel, Aloha Rose, which is part of the Quilts of Love series by Abingdon Press. Her novel, an inspirational romance set inHawaii, will release in September, 2013.

 

Vanetta Chapman’s first Amish murder mystery was picked to be a part of WBCL’s January FictionFIX. “Mid-Morning gives away several fiction titles every month.” WBCL is a radio network based inFort Wayne,Indiana.

 

Details at —

http://www.wbcl.org/programs/mid-morning-fiction-fix

 

The first of November Miralee Ferrell signed a three-book contract with David C Cook for a historical romance/women’s fiction series set inOregon. The first book will release June 2013, title yet to be determined.

 

Deborah Piccurelli just had a romantic suspense released, Hush, Little Baby, published by Sword of the Spirit Publishing. It has a charitable connection where Deborah will donate 10% of the proceeds to Life Dynamics, an organization that works to stop fetal harvesting (which is a topic of the book).
Susan Page Davis has signed a contract to write book 15 in the Miracles of Marble Cove series (she is also writing book 12 in this set).

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