7 Quick Takes – Exciting Book News!

Please join me and other Catholic bloggers at Jen’s Conversion Diary, for 7 Quick Takes Friday.1. I’m absolutely thrilled that Stealing Jenny has taken over the #1 Position in two separate categories on Amazon Kindle: Religious and Liturgical Drama, and Literature and Fiction (Drama), as well as achieved the #2 position in Religious Fiction (Mystery)! Of course, I don’t mind at all that my second novel has been ousted out of the #1 position it’s held for nearly two months, since the book doing the ousting happens to be one of my own. It’s also pretty cool that all three of my novels are in the top three of Religious and Liturgical Drama!

2. In Name Only continues to do well as it is now at the #2 position in Religious and Liturgical Drama and is listed in the top 30 of another category!

3. Enough of my good news…now onto to great books that I’m reading: Sarah Reinhard’s “Welcome Risen Jesus” and Kathleen Basi’s “Bring Lent to Life” are outstanding books for Lent! I’ve also just finished Dana Doyle’s riveting new book called Hope for Healing. Reviews of all three books will follow in the coming weeks.

4. My friend, Krisi Keley, is offering her two-volume novel “Pro Luce Habere” FREE for the next few days. I don’t usually read “vampire” novels, but this is incredibly well-written and has Catholic themes.

5. Full Quiver Publishing’s upcoming book, “Growing Up In God’s Image” by Carolyn Smith will be released at the end of next month. It’s a “new approach to the facts of life talk” and not only gives the basics, but the theology behind it as well.

6. Full Quiver Publishing is also excited about the new novel we’re publishing by AnnMarie Creedon called Angela’s Song! Check out this excerpt on her website.

7. In celebration of Stealing Jenny’s success on Amazon Kindle, I’m giving away a free PRINT copy. Leave a comment below before Friday, March 2nd to be entered to win!

For more Quick Takes, visit Jen’s Conversion Diary.

9 thoughts on “7 Quick Takes – Exciting Book News!

  1. I reviewed Stealing Jenny this week. Thanks. It was great!

    I have often thought of a book like #5. I’m not a writer or a mom or an expert of any sort, but I think I might need a book like that when I have kids. I don’t want my kids to get the wrong ideas about sex and relationships like I did.

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