New Christian Fiction in May 2022

May 2022 New Releases Do you enjoy Christian Fiction?  Check out these new books from American Christian Fiction Writers  (ACFW) members on the Fiction Finder website!  More in-depth descriptions of these new Christian books can be found at fictionfinder.com –   a searchable website for the best in Christian books of every genre. Contemporary Romance: Anchored Hearts by Julie Arduini — Can two go-getters surrender their need to control and find a happily-ever-after? Jordyn Bell Hart succeeds in everything she does. Her promotion to morning show co-anchor blossoms her career in the same way her mother’s work had. Jordyn keeps tabs on her family and enjoys helping them grow. When life around her starts to change, can she surrender her desire to control? Spencer Collins knows how to balance a busy life. He has his work as a reporter, his time caregiving for his grieving father, and looking out for his little brother. When he learns he’s the new co-anchor of a morning show with Jordyn Hart, can he handle working with a celebrity who brings a lot of challenges to life on and off the set? (Contemporary Romance from Surrendered Scribe Media)   Finding Love in San Antonio by Miralee Read More

New Christian Fiction in March 2022

March Preorders and New Releases in Christian Fiction Books Do you enjoy Christian Fiction?  Check out these new books from American Christian Fiction Writers  (ACFW) members on the Fiction Finder website!  More in-depth descriptions of these new Christian books can be found at fictionfinder.com –   a searchable website for the best in Christian books of every genre. Contemporary Romance: Hearts and Goals by Carolyn Miller –He’s a goalie with a big heart, while she’s afraid to trust again. After a series of tragedies, Maggie Joly’s dreams have been confined to her work at Montreal’s botanic gardens and caring for her little boy. Besides, wishing for more would simply be selfish, especially when she’s already loved well. But when a surprising workplace encounter sees her in the arms of a handsome sweet-talking stranger, she’s soon forced to reassess whether romance might still be in her future after all. (Contemporary Romance, Independently published) Historical Romance: Peace in the Mountain Haven by Misty M. Beller — Watkuese is desperate to return across the Rocky Mountains before winter sets in. Time is running out for her to get her adopted daughter back to the familiar surroundings of the Shoshone village before the grief of Read More

February New Christian Fiction from ACFW Fiction Finder

February Preorders and New Releases in Christian Fiction Books Do you enjoy Christian Fiction?  Check out these new books from American Christian Fiction Writers  (ACFW) members on the Fiction Finder website!  More in-depth descriptions of these new Christian books can be found at fictionfinder.com –   a searchable website for the best in Christian books of every genre.   Amish Romance: Strength in the Storm by Laurel M. Blount — After the murder of both her parents, Emma Hochstedler returns to the small community of Johns Mill, hoping to resume her quiet existence. Reclaiming her place proves harder than expected—especially now that a movie is being made about her family’s loss. But then, an old friend offers her a lifeline that gives her new purpose. Amish builder Samuel Christner is the biggest—and the strongest—man in town. In fact, the gentle giant has only one weakness—Emma. Even though she broke his heart, he won’t let his childhood sweetheart face her troubles alone. He hires Emma as a nurse for his elderly aunt…and finds himself falling for her all over again. (Amish Romance from Berkley Penguin Random House) Biblical: Defending David by Barbara M. Britton — When a quiet journey to Jerusalem turns Read More

Who Stole the Painting?

Liz Tolsma’s Slashed Canvas is the final book in Celebrate Lit’s Ever After Mysteries series, and it’s available TODAY! To celebrate, we are doing a fun little blog hop asking the question: Who stole the painting of the Russian Princess from the Louvre? There will be a new post every day. Don’t miss any!  #becauseprizes   Let’s start right off by getting one thing clear: I did not steal the stupid painting. My décor is more “country chic” than “stuffy and snooty.” It would clash with everything I own. I’m sure the Russian Princess was lovely, but I don’t want her in my living room. Explaining that to the gendarmerie in my high school-level French was difficult. He looked confused, even when I showed him my Instagram account – dozens of pictures of quilts decorating every room of my house. Not an oil painting in sight – just a few crayon sketches by my gifted grandchildren. Much nicer than a dusty old painting of someone I don’t even know, by someone else I don’t know. Finally, he announced that he spoke English. I admit that his English was better than my French, but… well, it was probably inevitable. I’ve watched Read More

December Preorders and New Releases

December Preorders and New Releases in Christian Fiction Books Do you enjoy Christian Fiction?  Check out these new Christian Fiction books from American Christian Fiction Writers  (ACFW) members!  More in-depth descriptions of these new Christian books can be found at fictionfinder.com –   a searchable website for the best in Christian books of every genre. Contemporary – General: Broken Together by Brenda S. Anderson — Jennifer and Chad Taylor had dreamed of opening a coffee and cocoa shop since before they said, “I do.” When Chad is sent to prison for murder despite claiming innocence, that dream—along with their family—is shattered. After years of fighting for Chad’s release, Jennifer finally breaks free from her shame, anger, and hopelessness, and forges ahead with the dream the two of them once shared. With the help of their college-aged twins, she begins to move forward. Without Chad. When their lawyer arrives with news of evidence that may prove Chad’s innocence, a strange mixture of emotions overtakes her. Does she want Chad to return home? He isn’t the same man he once was, and she certainly isn’t the same woman. She’s worked hard to piece the remnants of their family back together, and his coming Read More

The Show Must Go On

  The Show Must Go On Going out to the Empire in 1926 wasn’t just a one-movie event. The films were part of an evening’s entertainment, which also included live music from the theater’s orchestra and Mighty Wurlitzer – the best theater organ in America. There was even more – various kinds of entertainment including a vaudeville troupe – musicians, dancers, comedians, actors, illusionists, and more. These troupes traveled from one theater to another by train. They did it all the time. It should have been routine.  Then there was the Great Train Derailment. It didn’t just go off the tracks, like an ordinary train derailment. This one flung its passengers through time and space. The famous New York talent agency, Tobler and Jones, had promised to send some of their best acts to accompany the Empire’s debut of Charlie Chaplin’s new film, The Gold Rush, but when they hadn’t arrived in time for rehearsal the previous day, I began to worry. An expensive long-distance telephone call assured me they were on their way. Then we heard about the Great Train Derailment. All over the country, according to the newsies, train passengers were showing up in the wrong places – Read More