Short Stories

The RisingHits No. 1 on the New York Times List
Jerry Jenkins’ and Tim LaHaye’s The Rising (Tyndale) has hit No. 1 on the April 3 New York Times Fiction Bestseller list. The Rising is the prequel to the Left Behind series. It is the seventh consecutive Left Behind title to make No. 1 on the list.
3/26/5 A Garden in Paris by Stephanie Grace Whitson
A Garden in Paris is a touching story of rediscovering the past and having the courage to change. This engaging and hope-filled novel will leave readers feeling inspired to find and focus on what is truly important.
Stephanie Grace Whitson is the author of more than a dozen novels and is a two-time Christy Award finalist. She pursues a full-time writing and speaking career from her in-home studio in Lincoln, Nebraska. ISBN 0-7642-2935-4; Trade Paperback; $12.99; 288 pp.
A Table By the Window by Lawana Blackwell 
Carley Reed discovers she has received a substantial inheritance—including a house in Mississippi—from a grandmother she can barely remember. Carley makes a trip to see the house for herself, and the serenity of small-town living charms her into staying.  Soon she realizes she has found the kind of life she always desired, including an exciting career opportunity and even sparks of romance—but it’s more than she bargained for when a mysterious murder threatens her newfound happiness.
Lawana Blackwell is a full-time writer with ten acclaimed novels including the TALES OF LONDON and THE GRESHAM CHRONICLES.  Over 300,000 copies of her books have been sold. She and her husband have three married sons and live in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Visit ISBN 0-7642-2472-7; Trade Paperback; $12.99; 412 pp.
3/24/5 The Dwelling Place by Elizabeth Musser
When her mother’s fight with cancer takes a bad turn, Ellie is forced to reenter her family’s perfect world to help care for her.  As the two women struggle to reconnect, Ellie begins to understand that her family might not be as unblemished as it seems. As her mother’s condition worsens, Ellie embarks on a journey toward forgiveness, hope, and healing. Is there a place of peace for her?
Elizabeth Musser, an Atlanta native, lives in southern France with her husband and their two sons. Her novel The Swan House was selected as one of the top Christian books for 2001 by Amazon’s editors and was a southern region ABA bestseller. The Dwelling Place is her fifth novel. ISBN 0-7642-2962-5; Trade Paperback; $12.99; 400 pp.


Enjoy this website? Please spread the word :)