FREE TODAY – Heather Blanton’s, A Lady in Defiance, book one in the new Romance in the Rockies series is free today for Kindle.
It’s a God-thing. A Lady in Defiance is a miraculous self-published success story! The debut novel sold over 8,000 copies in 2012! Find out why!
Written with gritty, but not gratuitous, realism uncharacteristic of historical Christian fiction, A Lady in Defiance gives a nod to both Pride and Prejudice and Redeeming Love. The story, based on true events, is an “ensemble” piece that deftly weaves together the relationships of the three sisters and the rowdy residents of Defiance.
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FREE TODAY – Acclaimed author, speaker and Christian apologist, Josh McDowell’s book, Did the Resurrection Happen . . . Really?: A Dialogue on Life, Death, and Hope, part of The Coffee House Chronicles series, is free today for Kindle.
With Easter just a couple of week’s away, this would be a great read.
With over 40 million books sold, bestselling author Josh McDowell is no stranger to creatively presenting biblical truth. Now, partnering with fellow apologist Dave Sterrett, Josh introduces a new series targeted at the intersection of story and truth.
The Coffee House Chronicles are short, easily devoured novellas aimed at answering prevalent spiritual questions. Each book in the series tackles a long-contested question of the faith, and then answer these questions with truth through relationships and dialogue in each story.
In Did the Resurrection Happen, Really?: A Dialogue on Life, Death, and Hope, the college campus is rocked by a shooting spree that leaves nine students dead. Their up-close experience with mortality allies the coffee house discussion group together to really wrestle with the spiritual and eternal ramifications of whether or not Jesus rose from the dead.
The other two books in the series: Is the Bible True, Really? and Who is Jesus, Really? continue the unfolding story at the college campus and the coffee house down the road.
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FREE TODAY – In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, I’m re-posting the book Ireland Rose, by Patricia Strefling, which is once again free for Kindle.
A Sweeping Historical Romance:
Baltimore-born Ireland Rose, daughter of Irish immigrants, must be married by her seventeenth birthday. Rose’s father finds a suitable husband, Captain Camden Lovell, twenty-seven years her senior. Captain Lovell takes his bride to Charleston, provides her with a beautiful home on the Battery and good standing in Charleston Society. Three years later Rose is a widow. Captain Wyatt, her husband’s trusted employee is now in charge of her affairs. Rose senses he does not like her. One day he brings a young woman with child to her – and a secret that must be kept. A little girl is born, and Rose becomes a mother. Captain Wyatt offers to marry her in name only to protect her from Charleston society gossip, but she is determined she will not marry a second time for protection. She will marry for love or live alone. Just three months later, August 31st, 1886 the city of Charleston suffers the worst earthquake of the century. Her beautiful home is in shambles. Rose has no choice but to return to her parents’ birthplace in Ireland. The only record she has of her Irish ancestry is in her mother’s Bible. She and her infant daughter take the next ship to Ireland. She has begun to hope she has finally found happiness when Captain Wyatt comes with news that shatters her heart. Every person Rose loves is taken away. Her faith in God is shaken. There is a plan for her, but she can’t see it. Captain Wyatt breaks her heart, not once but twice.
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What do you know about the real St. Patrick?
The Fifth Century mission champion to Ireland’s most famous written work is The Confession of St. Patrick, which can be found for just 99 cents for Kindle.
The autobiographical Confession of St. Patrick was written in the fifth century in Latin by St. Patrick himself. He was born in what is now Scotland and enslaved and taken to Ireland when he was sixteen years old. As a slave, Patrick converted and turned to God. He became devoted to prayer: “My love of God was thus growing stronger and stronger, and the fear of Him and faith were increasing … in a single day I have said as many as a hundred prayers, and in night almost as many, and I used to remain even in the woods and on the mountain, and used to rise to prayer before daylight, in the midst of snow, and ice, and rain, and I felt no injury from it, nor was there any sloth in me; because as I now see, the spirit was then fervent within me.” He was told in a vision to flee, and was led to a ship, which he took back to Britain. St. Patrick was made Bishop, and is famous for converting Ireland to Christianity. His Confession is full of the praise of God and demonstrates his profound humility.
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The Irish Healer, by Nancy Herriman is available for just $2.99 today for Kindle.
Accused of murdering a child under her care, Irish healer Rachel Dunne flees the ensuing scandal while vowing to never sit at another sickbed. She no longer trusts in her abilities—or God’s mercy. When a cholera epidemic sweeps through London, she feels compelled to nurse the dying daughter of the enigmatic physician she has come to love. James Edmunds, wearied by the deaths of too many patients, has his own doubts about God’s grace. Can they face their darkest fears? Or is it too late to learn that trust and love just might heal their hearts?
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The Second Messiah, by Glenn Meade, is available for just 99 cents today for Kindle. If you like the writing style of Dan Brown, but hate the factual errors, consider Meade.
In this new fast-paced thriller by internationally bestselling author Glenn Meade—a fascinating battle emerges between archaeology and the church, with hidden secrets and murder.
In the desert near Jerusalem, an archaeologist is murdered after he uncovers stunning evidence in a Dead Sea scroll about the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. The 2,000-year-old parchment containing enigmatic references to not one but two messiahs is stolen before it can be fully translated.
In Rome, a charismatic American priest with long-hidden secrets is elected pope, setting off widespread panic among some of the faithful who question whether he is the anti-Christ or the world’s new savior. As the conspiracy over the scroll explodes into a political and religious standoff, two people find themselves on the run, trying to stay one step ahead of unknown assassins in their search for truth.
Archaeologist Jack Cane and Israeli police inspector Lela Raul must solve the mystery of the Second Messiah and uncover the real secret behind the message of Jesus before they are permanently silenced and the scroll and its contents are forever lost to humanity.
Compared to the likes of Frederick Forsyth, John le Carré, and Tom Clancy, Glenn Meade offers a tantalizing blend of fact and fiction that will take readers on a thrilling ride from the first page to the last.
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Randy Alcorn is one of the best authors I know. Everything he writes is done with excellence. His book If God is Good Why Do We Hurt? is available for just $1.99 today.
The encouragement we crave—when we’re most in need
Out of the deepest hurts of the human condition, Randy Alcorn brings into clear focus our most pressing questions about evil and suffering—including those that wrench our souls when we or someone we love is victimized by evil or assaulted by disease.
He faces these questions with seasoned sensitivity, skillful insight, and a heart of compassion. He dodges none of the difficulties, and never lapses into platitudes, hand-wringing, or oversimplification.
On this troubling but inescapable topic, you’ll find frank acknowledgment of the inherent limitations that set humanity apart from the God who has none. There’s also generous, real encouragement that brings God nearer in our understanding when we need His comfort the most. And amid our heavy doubts and swirling confusion on this topic, Randy Alcorn points us ultimately toward Jesus as “the only answer bigger than the questions.”
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