All posts in category Christian Books

Two Giveaways & a New Release

by Lisa Prysock Hello GNF friends and readers.  It’s GIVEAWAY time!  I hope you had a blessed Easter celebration surrounded by family, friends, the Lord’s presence, and great food!  Spring is here and I’m anxious to get out in my garden and plant flowers and veggies.  Before you know it, summer will be […]

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Mapped Out Murders is Ready for Readers

by Mary C. Findley Sarah Groben is an LAPD Homicide detective and a pastor’s wife. She’s got six murders she wants to solve by Sunday. Members of a fledgling group for 10-40 window transplants seeking Christianity are being killed. A Muslim charity interested in better relations with Americans seems to be connected by […]

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Dealing with Doubt 3/25/2019

by Suzanne D. Williams I sat down to write my thoughts and realized after struggling through a few paragraphs that I’d written the topic before and much more eloquently. Such is the life of writing blog articles. So, though the portion below is several years old, its truths still hold, and I hope […]

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What Is Steampunk and Why Would a Christian Want to Write It?

by Sophronia Belle Lyon Sophronia Belle Lyon

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Excerpt From Our Book “Under the Sun”

by Mary C. Findley https://youtu.be/D_Jb2Whsy-4

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An Easy Way To Write Scenes

by Suzanne D. Williams I taught myself how to write, developing a method over time that, though unusual by some standards, really worked for me. I do what I’ve recently heard called “writing in the dark.” Without an outline or character charts, without backstory, I take the barest concept for a story, sit down, and write. This makes […]

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New Release: Victoria

by Lisa Prysock Hello GNF friends and readers!  I’d like to share a little about my newest release with you.  Victoria is Volume 3 in the Brides of Grace Hill Series, a sweeping generational drama about the Rosemont women.  It can easily be read as a stand-alone.  In Book 1, Geneva is forced to leave her home in England and comes […]

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Why I Wrote “An Agent for Arielle”

by Parker J. Cole Celebrating Black History Month is a great opportunity to show how African Americans have contributed to the history of the U. S. and around the world.   I wanted to take the opportunity to highlight my latest book, entitled, “An Agent for Arielle”. This book is a part of a […]

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Writing is Hard Work

by Suzanne D. Williams Being honest, there are a lot of bad books out there. I never realized how many until searching the book sale lists daily. Don’t get me wrong. There are a lot of good books as well. And excellent writers. But, though there is something to be said for having a gift […]

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The Real Christmas Story

by Lisa M. Prysock Merry Christmas GNF readers and friends!  I hope this post finds you in good health and brings tidings of great joy to you on this most holy of celebrations.  Since knowing Christ and accepting Him into my heart as my Savior and Redeemer, I have not grown weary of […]

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