Susan Brehmer has a piece in Celebrating Christmas, which released recently from Grace Publishing. It can be ordered from Amazon. 

Camille Eide is gearing up for a Christmas 2021 release: The 10th Anniversary Edition (revised & updated) of Savanna’s Gift, a romantic Christmas tale of second chances, re-launches December 3 for ebook/Kindle. And because of the added content and lovely new cover (thanks to Roseanna White Designs), this updated novella is also available in paperback. Signed copies (a.k.a. affordable gifts!) will be available directly from the author. Check for updates and ordering info at

Kathleen Freeman has two novellas in this Christmas collection of eight novellas for your Kindle: Hometown Christmas Dreams: A Contemporary Christian Christmas Romance Collection. It is available on Amazon.

Nick Harrison is taking on a new role at WordServe Literary. He’ll still be working with writers to help with their proposals and, when appropriate, will recommend representation to WordServe agents. He may also help out with WordServe’s Faith Happenings imprint. The reason for this change is the need to free up more time for his own writing. He has two new books coming out in 2022, has several proposals on the drawing board, and is working on a short book, You Can Succeed as a Christian Writer, which may end up being book three for 2022.

Patricia Lee recently signed a contract with Mountain Brook Ink for a fifth book in the Mended Hearts series. Release date is scheduled for 2023.

Jennifer Anne F. Messing had a true-experience story, “From Dream to Dream,” published in the Fall 2021 issue of Calla Press literary magazine. It’s her testimony of God’s bountiful goodness—how He guided Jennifer Anne and her husband as they purchased their dream home and afterward opened doors of provision for their son to attend his dream college. 

Christina Suzann Nelson won this year’s Christy Award in general fiction for The Way It Should Be.

Carrie Stuart Parks won this year’s Christy Award in the mystery/suspense category for Relative Silence.

Beth Vice has a new book, When Prince Charming Decides the Shoe No Longer Fits, now available on Amazon. This is the perfect book if you or someone you know is going through or has been through a divorce. It walks women through the whole process. It is also a great resource for pastors and counselors who work with women suffering the trauma and aftereffects of divorce.

The following members had articles in the October edition of The Christian Journal: Susan Brehmer, Jean Davies, Jon Drury, LGayle Gustafson, Linda L. Kruschke, Maxine Marsolini, Shirley Mozena, and Jan Sheerin.