• UPCOMING EVENT: On Saturday, December 2, at 11:30., Karen Monteith is scheduled for a reading and book signing at the Biltmore Park Barnes & Noble in Asheville, North Carolina. If you’re in the area, be sure to drop by! Her book, Redrick Raccoon and the Christmas Mystery, is the perfect Christmas gift for any young child.

 

  • UPCOMING EVENT: On Saturday, December 9, at noon, Karen Monteith is scheduld for another reading at the Asheville Mall Barnes & Noble. If you’re in the area, stop by to hear mroe about her delightful children’s book, Redrick Raccoon and the Christmas Mystery.

 

  • Doug Brown, author of Shotgun Rider: Restoring Passion for the Ministry Trail, was asked to participate in a Key Life Pastors’ Chat. Click here to listen to his chat with Steve Brown and Key Life pastors Zach Van Dyke and Kevin Labby about his book and overcoming disillusionment in ministry. (October 19, 2017)

 

  • Randy Traeger, whom we featured as May’s Author on the Rise, received a new liver this summer. This seemed to be an answer to prayer after almost five years of health battles. But unexpected problems meant the liver needed to be replaced almost as soon as it was put in. Read his story of faith and God’s provision in the online version of Our Town. (September 1, 2017)
    • On September 15, Traeger participated in an interview on Mater Dei Radio about healing, the new National Alliance for Character Development, and a few upcoming events related to his passion for building virtue in teens. Listen in here!

 

  • Nanette Kirsch did a live, hour-long interview about her book Denial: Abuse, Addiction, and a Life Derailed on The Review with Joy & Company Radio Show. To listen, check it out in their archives, dated 8-28-2017. She’s also been named as a finalist in the Christian category of Joy & Company’s Christian Literary Awards. Winners will be announced in December.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Check out Heidi McLaughlin’s piece that was featured in our very own “Rivercourse.” Heidi has an amazing way of writing honestly about her grief.

 

 

  • An exciting new interview with January Author of the Month, Roy Goble: