Saturday, January 14, 2012

Deadly Disclosures Available for .99

Christian Fiction Author Provides a New Tool for Evangelism- .99 cent eBook!

Christian fiction author Julie Cave creates “nail-biting” storylines that can be used as powerful evangelistic tools. This is her intention with each novel she creates, to share a current event that could be found on the cover of any newspaper and the truth of God’s redemptive grace available to anyone who chooses Him. 

In her popular and award-winning freshman title, Deadly Disclosures, Julie addresses the reality of Christian leaders who are persecuted for their faith. In this title many leaders even lose their lives for the cause. The lead character Dinah Harris, a detective who struggles with depression and alcohol abuse, works to find answers to the “whys” in her life. Why are people dying for their faith, why am I depressed, why do I choose to drink, and how can we be saved from all of this? Dinah learns what it means to be saved by God’s grace and that no one is ever past the point of redemption.

From hopelessness and despair to new hope in Christ, share this story with those in your life who need to know the truth. Transformation is available and will completely change anyone’s outlook on life and feelings of purpose.  We all face temptations, especially brand new Christians learning how to live in an unforgiving and harsh world, but God’s mercy and grace is always available and we’re never too far gone to receive it.
“For this world is not our home; we are looking forward to our city in heaven, which is yet to come. Hebrews 13:14. It is a reminder that no matter the circumstances in our lives, we have eternal hope to which we can look forward.  Sometimes being a Christian in a secular society is discouraging and frustrating, but then I think of this verse and know that there is so much better ahead.”—Julie Cave

To celebrate the new year and brand new opportunities for God’s redemptive power, we’re offering digital copies of Deadly Disclosures at a mega-discounted rate! You can purchase your digital copy for just .99 cents Jan. 15-31 ONLY!

Deadly Disclosures is the first book in a trilogy series. The other two titles, The Shadowed Mind and Pieces of Light, carry on with expressions of the world’s evil and God’s amazing grace. Check out the three book set now available!

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

The Captive Heart

This week, the
Christian Fiction Blog Alliance
is introducing
The Captive Heart
Bethany House (January 1, 2012)
Dale Cramer


Dale Cramer spent his formative years traveling the world as an Army brat, then settled in Georgia at the age of fifteen when his father retired.

After high school he became an electrician, a job that took him to places as diverse as power plants, stadia, airports, high-rise office buildings and a hard-rock mining operation.

Twenty-five years of experiences in the trades provided him with the wealth of characters, stories and insights that populate his novels.

When he married his childhood friend, Pam, in 1975 he had no way of knowing they would not have children until fifteen years later.

In his early forties, when Dale left his job to become a stay-at-home dad, he suddenly found himself with time on his hands, so he pursued a lifelong dream and taught himself to write.

Using an online writer’s forum as a training ground, he wrote his first short stories in 1996. As his writing skills improved he turned to novels, publishing his first book, Sutter’s Cross, in 2003.

Since then, Dale has published four more novels and garnered a measure of critical acclaim with two Christy Awards, a listing among Publisher’s Weekly’s Best Books of 2004 and numerous other Best lists. Dale and his wife Pam live in Georgia with their two sons.


Bandit troubles intensify as Caleb Bender's family tries to settle into their new life in 1920s Paradise Valley. When El Pantera kidnaps Rachel and leaves her brother, Aaron, for dead, Jake Weaver and the Mexican native Domingo pursue the bandit leader to his mountain stronghold in a hopeless rescue attempt. Jake and Domingo manage to escape with Rachel, with the bandits hot on their trail. In a desperate attempt to avoid recapture, Domingo puts himself squarely in harm's way, giving Jake and Rachel time to get away. This is not the quiet life Caleb Bender envisioned when he led his family out of Ohio. What is a father to make of his daughter's obvious affection for a man outside the fold? And how will a pacifist Amishman like Caleb respond to the events that threaten his family and their way of life?

If you would like to read the first chapter of The Captive Heart, go HERE