Hot deals and even hotter releases in 2014

S. Jane Gari‘s LOSING THE DOLLHOUSE, three-time Pushcart Prize nominated story of abuse and survival, told as she packs up pieces of her old life – each chapter detailing the memories contained within each box, to Sheri Williams at TouchPoint Press, in a nice deal, by Michelle Johnson at Inklings Literary Agency (World English).

Feature film producer and award-winning screenwriter, Sean Paul Murphy’s memoir THE PROMISE, OR THE PROS AND CONS OF TALKING TO GOD described as an inspirational story of first faith and fire love and how they became almost fatally intertwined, to be published in ebook and trade paperback Summer 2014, to Sheri Williams at TouchPoint Press (World).

Drs. Paul Popp and Gary Kraus’s out-of-print novel, BODY TRADE, in which a neurosurgeon attempts a brain transplant-with shocking results when a tragic car accident leaves a young African American boy with irreparable internal injuries and the woman who hit his bicycle is brain-dead, to be republished in ebook and trade paper form Summer 2014, and a second book, BODY TRADE: THE UNEXPLAINED to be released Fall 2014, to Tamara Trudeau at TouchPoint Press (World).  

Greg Van Arsdale’s FOLLOW ME, a series of inspirational short stories on faith, obedience and following Christ, to be published in ebook and trade paperback, Summer 2014 (World).

Greg Van Arsdale’s BEWARE THE ANTICHRIST, in which a man makes a deal with the devil to become the most powerful man on earth, to be released in ebook and trade paperback forms, Summer 2014 (World).

Greg Van Arsdale’s ALINA, in which a young woman in war torn Bosnia is raped and her family killed, a tragedy that sparks her quest for justice, to be released in Fall 2014 (World).

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