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Friday, July 01, 2011

July 2011 - new releases from ACFW authors.

Below are July New Releases from ACFW Authors. 

More in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the ACFW FictionFinder website.

Dandelion Summer by Lisa Wingate -- General Fiction from Penguin Praise.  J. Norman, recently widowed, aging and a retired space program engineer, eventually warms up to part-time caretaker Epie, an at-risk teen, as they search for his long forgotten roots when old, buried memories of a different home, a fire, red-headed children, and a black housekeeper surface.

Dangerous Reunion by Sandra Robbins -- Thriller/Suspense from Love Inspired Suspense. A woman deputy sheriff on a small barrier island off the coast of North Carolina struggles to stop a crazed killer's vendetta while battling her renewed attraction to the man who broke her heart years ago.

Love Finds You in Lancaster County by Annalisa Daughety -- Romance from Summerside Press. When Amish-born Lydia Ann Raber and Southern belle Caroline DeMarco discover a shared history of loss, the unlikely duo decides to open a gift shop in beautiful Lancaster County. There each woman finds friendship, a fresh start, and a second chance at love.

Odd Little Miracles by Fred Warren -- Fantasy from Splashdown Books. Follow the twists and turns of twenty-two bizarre tales, where odd is commonplace, little things make all the difference, and miracles are everywhere, if you know where to look...

Pursued by Lillian Duncan -- Thriller/Suspense from White Rose. Reggie Meyers has spent her life pursing the American Dream, but now she’s the one being pursued— by an unknown killer. Putting her trust in Dylan Monroe, a man she barely knows, will either be the best decision she ever made or the last.

Reinventing Leona by Lynne Gentry -- General Fiction from Tyndale. Residing in a parsonage is not for sissies, but living anywhere else scares the pastor’s widow spitless.

The Blessed by Ann Gabhart -- General Fiction from Revell. After being pushed into marriage to her preacher husband, Lacey Bishop follows her husband to a Shaker village. A community that believes marriage is a sin. And to make matters worse, she finds herself drawn to Isaac Kingston, a man who came to the Shakers after his young bride died. But of course any notion of love between them is only a forbidden dream. How will Lacey ever find true happiness?

The Nanny’s Homecoming by Linda Goodnight -- Romance from Love Inspired. After her fiancĂ© calls off their wedding, Brooke Clayton has nowhere to go but home.

Wolfsbane by Ronie Kendig -- Thriller/Suspense from Barbour. Former Green Beret Captain Canyon Metcalfe is unnerved when Nightshade is sent to a South American jungle that holds an eerie similarity to a dark tragedy from his past.


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I'm adding my own new release Their Separate Ways. Since ACFW changed their rules (again) about what qualifies a publisher to be on their "approved publishers" list, my book and publisher were dropped. Since this is my blog I'm adding my title anyway because I AM an ACFW author and this IS a new release.

Their Separate Ways (Sacred Vows)What happened in the hearts of Tony Perotta and Hope Williams after the affair was exposed and they went their separate ways? Was trust ever restored in their homes after their lives crashed and burned around them? Did they ever heal enough to enjoy their marriages as before, or were they even worse off after their sin was revealed? Their Separate Ways continues the saga the year after the exposure of Tony and Hope's extramarital affair. Experience with them the vast difference between couples who know true forgiveness and hope, and those who don't.


5 comments:

B. J. Robinson said...

Not Without Hope and Their Separate Ways by Michelle Sutton are both great reads. I've just returned from a vacation, but I'll be posting reviews of both books very soon. They won't disappoint. I've never read one by Michelle that did. I feel it's a sad shame how an organization changes their rules so certain books can't be listed. Michelle, I'm glad to see you listed yours anyway. I also have a July release, LAST RESORT, July 15 from Desert Breeze, a Christian Romantic Suspense. Blessings, BJ

Michelle Sutton said...

Thanks, Barbara. It's actually Never Without Hope, but you aren't the only one who calls it Not Without Hope. Yeah, it's a bummer because SOS is a great publisher and Desert Breeze is a fantastic publisher, too. But they also dropped off so my releases this year (First Response, and in Sept. In Sheep's Clothing) will not be announced on the ACFW post either.

PatriciaW said...

Michelle, I didn't realize ACFW made such a change. What's the extent of it? I'm glad you included your book and several others here I didn't know about.

Michelle Sutton said...

Patricia,

They want imprints for publishers that don't publish JUST Christian fiction. For my publisher she doesn't see the point as the books are clearly labeled as such and it would cost money to change that. So DB was dropped. The other pub was dropped because there are only two fiction authors (him and me) but there are six other non-fiction authors. SOS needs one more fiction author to get back on the approved list. But I have no control over that, so they dropped off with that rule. Sigh.

PatriciaW said...

Wow. I guess the imprint is required to distinguish between the Christian fiction and all other fiction. Doesn't seem as though that should be a requirement, though. I can see where they might require a minimum number of authors in print. Interesting.

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