Sharon Hoseley has just released Crossing the Bridge. It is the sequel to A Bridge Named Susan and is available on Amazon.
Linda L. Kruschke has a story included in the forthcoming anthology Triumph from Tragedy to be released this month.
Sherri Langton has seven devotionals in The Quiet Hour and is working on another assignment from them as well as two assignments for AG NEWS, an online news magazine from the Assemblies of God.
Jennifer Anne F. Messing had a short story, “Tall, Dark, and Handsome…” place as a finalist in the 2021 Summer Short Story Competition of Secret Attic Hub, a UK-based online magazine. Her short story, together with other finalist and prize-winning pieces, was published in their paperback anthology released in September.
Rebecca Stuhlmiller has signed a contract to write seven devotionals for The Quiet Hour.
Katie J Trent has a new book, Dishing Up Devotions: 36 Faith-Building Activities for Homeschooling Families, releasing from Whitaker House October 26th. Available now at all major retailers – DishingUpDevotions.com. You can find a reading plan adapted from the book in the YouVersion Bible app: Dishing Up Devotions for Homeschooling Families. Katie has also been featured on several podcasts sharing about her book and fun, family faith-building activities: Teach Them Diligently Podcast, Building Strong Homes, and Redeeming the Chaos.
Christy Award Finalists
The annual Christy Awards are given out by the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association. Two of our members are finalists:
Christina Suzann Nelson is a finalist for The Way It Should Be in the general fiction category.
Carrie Stuart Parks is a finalist for Relative Silence in the mystery/suspense/thriller category.
Other friends and recent conference keynoters are also finalists for the Christy for historical romance: Sarah Sundin for When Twilight Breaks and Roseanna M. White for Portrait of Loyalty.