"A heist goes bad in entertaining fashion."
Two convicts recently released from prison may be looking at a big score, one that everyone seems interested in getting their hands on, in Lomax's (Wipeout, 2014) crime novel.Read full book review >
Peanuts: A Tribute to Charles M. Schulz by Charles M. Schulz
Released: Oct. 20, 2015

"An entertaining testament to the enduring richness of 'Peanuts' and the creativity it still inspires."
Celebrated cartoonists interpret the look, legacy, and worldview of the "Peanuts" comic strip in this vibrant homage to its creator.Read full book review >

Musings of an Unlettered Faith by Omar Sutherland
Released: July 1, 2015

"Fresh, inspiring words for the faithful."
A series of lively and engaging reflections on faith, belief, and science. Read full book review >
Kindergarten Explores Science by Constance Maxwell
Released: June 10, 2013

"Not quite ready for the classroom."
A collection for kindergarteners of about 50demonstrations that walk the line between science and Christianity. Read full book review >

"A clear voice and the occasional moment of beauty can't quite overcome the scattershot throughline and flat writing."
An exotic dancer in Seattle turns to the stars to guide her through a tumultuous love life in this scattershot but occasionally affecting novel. Read full book review >

Stepping Out by S. T. Stone
Released: July 29, 2015

"An unassuming faith memoir and handbook for curious Christians."
From debut author Stone, a beginner's guide to the basics of the Christian faith. Read full book review >
Lions and Souls by John Loranger
Released: July 31, 2015

"A subtly handled story of a saint's life that offers some useful insights into both the era and the woman."
Loranger's (The Odyssey of Art O'Hara, 2012) historical novel tells the tale of Mary, an Egyptian prostitute during the late Roman Empire who repents and becomes a Christian saint.Read full book review >
A Philosophy on Life, Family, and Growing Up by Troy Hunter
Released: Sept. 17, 2013

"A heartfelt discussion of child-rearing and society."
A wide-ranging debut exploration of how to live the most fulfilling human life, from birth to death. Read full book review >
A Life Shared by Margaret Cornell
Released: Dec. 5, 2013

"Well-written memoir covering the founding of an unconventional church that might not appeal to the majority of Christian readers."
Cornell's debut memoir recalls her and her husband opening their home while finding their own ways to worship and spread the Gospel. Read full book review >
My Super-Special, Kinda-Human Dog Named Louie by Jeanne Andersen
Released: July 8, 2015

"A silly collection of stanzas about a charming pup whose personality is ably captured in colorful pictures."
This wonderfully illustrated debut introduces Louie, a clothes-wearing, kung fu-fighting canine in the tradition of Snoopy. Read full book review >
Farryn's War by Christie Meierz
Released: Sept. 24, 2015

"Not without its flaws but a solid entry for readers craving new, original space operas."
An alien woman tries to track down her former lover in the first installment of Meierz's (The Fall, 2015, etc.) new Exiles of the Drift series, set in the same universe as the Tales of Tolari Space.Read full book review >
Forerunners - A Prelude to the Second Coming by Gus Leodas
Released: Aug. 10, 2015

"Biblical thriller with compelling elements and characters, though it doesn't fully deliver on its potential for mystery and excitement."
A priest and a diplomat believe the antichrist will soon rise to power and that his forerunner is already among them. Read full book review >
Kirkus Interview
Elin Hilderbrand
October 13, 2015

In Winter Stroll, a sequel to last year's holiday novel Winter Street, Elin Hilderbrand improves on the first by delving deeper into the emotional lives of the Quinn clan. Christmas on Nantucket finds Winter Street Inn owner Kelley Quinn and his family busily preparing for the holiday season. Though the year has brought tragedy, the Quinns have much to celebrate: Kelley has reunited with his first wife Margaret, Kevin and Isabelle have a new baby; and Ava is finally dating a nice guy. But when Kelley's estranged wife Mitzi shows up on the island, along with Kevin's devious ex-wife Norah and a dangerously irresistible old fling of Ava's, the Inn is suddenly overrun with romantic feuds, not to mention guests. “Although some of the Quinns' problems are resolved, many are not, happily promising a third installment next year,” our reviewer writes. View video >