Theology of the Body Fiction – #NFPAwarenessWeek

Since this is “NFP Awareness Week,” I’d like to share some of my favorite Theology of the Body fiction!

(Pardon the shameless self-promotion of my own books in this list!)

Emily’s Hope (Ellen Gable, 2005, FQ Publishing)

Passport (Christopher Blunt, 2008, Pelican Crossing Press)

Midnight Dancers (Regina Doman, 2008, Chesterton Press)

In Name Only (Ellen Gable, 2009, FQ Publishing, 2010 IPPY Gold Medal Winner)

Stealing Jenny (Ellen Gable, 2011, FQ Publishing)

Finding Grace (Laura Pearl, 2012, Bezalel Books)

Angela’s Song (AnnMarie Creedon, 2012, FQ Publishing)

Rapunzel Let Down (Regina Doman, 2013, Chesterton Press)

Vingede (Friar Tobe #2) (Krisi Keley, 2013, S & H Publishing)

Don’t You Forget About Me (Erin McCole Cupp, 2013, FQ Publishing)

A Subtle Grace (Ellen Gable, 2014, FQ Publishing)

The Lion’s Heart (Dena Hunt, 2014, FQ Publishing, 2016 CALA Award Winner)

A World Such as Heaven Intended (Amanda Lauer, 2014, FQ Publishing)

Working Mother (Erin McCole Cupp, 2014, FQ Publishing)

Stay With Me (Carolyn Astfalk, 2015, FQ Publishing)

Dying for Revenge (Barbara Golder, 2016, FQ Publishing, Finalist Next Generation Indie Book Awards)

Dying for Compassion (Barbara Golder, 2017, FQ Publishing)

Discovery (Karina Fabian, 2016, FQ Publishing)

Image and Likeness: Literary Reflections on the Theology of the Body (Cupp and Gable, editors, 2016, FQ Publishing)

Rightfully Ours (Carolyn Astfalk, 2017, FQ Publishing)

To check out many of these books, go to the Full Quiver Publishing website!

7 Quick Takes Friday – Pro-Life Edition

Join me and other Catholic bloggers at Conversion Diary for 7 Quick Takes Friday. With the March for Life coming up next week, this is a 7 Quick Takes Pro-Life Edition. Leave a comment below to win a free Kindle or e-copy of each of my books (four books…four winners!) 1. God’s Surprise Gift: an article I wrote that will be published in God Moments III: True Love Leads to Life. The story of my mom’s “surprise pregnancy” with my sister (above) when she was 47.

2. God Doesn’t Give Us Anything We Can’t Handle: another article to be published in God Moments III. In this story, I tell about the time a pregnant woman shared with me that she was going to have an abortion.3. Five Signs the Pro-Life Cause is Winning: Interesting article at LifeSiteNews.

4. Passport by Christopher Blunt: This is an outstanding Catholic novel with pro-life themes. It’s available on Amazon in print or on Kindle.

5. My three novels all have pro-life themes. Emily’s Hope, my first novel, (top 10 in R & L Drama on Amazon Kindle): tells the fictionalized true stories of myself and my great-grandmother. My spiritual journey was not an easy one and includes the loss of seven babies through miscarriage and ectopic pregnancy.6. My second novel, In Name Only (#1 in R & L Drama on Amazon Kindle): tells the story of Caroline Martin, whose life has finally taken a turn for the better. After years of hard work, she has met a virtuous and wealthy man whose love seems to promise the kind of life realized only within the comforting novels she keeps on her night table. Tragedy teaches her the complexity with which God Himself authors the lives of those who turn towards Him. Winner of the 2010 IPPY Gold Medal in Religious Fiction.

7. Stealing Jenny is my third novel (top 10 of R & L Drama on Amazon Kindle): after three heartbreaking miscarriages, Jenny and Tom Callahan are finally expecting their sixth child. A neighbor, however, is secretly hatching a sinister plot that will find Jenny and her unborn baby fighting for their lives.

All of my books are available for 2.99 on Kindle!

For more 7 Quick Takes, visit Conversion Diary.

Leave a comment below before Monday, January 23rd to enter to win one free Kindle or e-copy of each of my books (four winners!)

copyright 2012 Ellen Gable Hrkach