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Coming August from Bethany House

Masquerade by Nancy Moser They risk it all for adventure and romance, but find that love only flourishes in truth… 1886. Charlotte Gleason embarks from England with conflicting emotions. She is headed for New York to marry one of America’s wealthiest heirs–a man she has never even met. When her doubts gain the upper hand, she swaps identities with her maid Dora. She wants a chance at “real life,” even if it means giving up financial security. For Charlotte, it’s a risk she’s willing to take. But what begins as the whim of a spoiled rich girl becomes a test of survival beyond her blackest nightmare. For Dora, it’s the chance of a lifetime. She is thrust into a fairy tale amid ball gowns and lavish mansions, yet is tormented by the possibility of discovery–and humiliation. And what of the man who believes she is indeed his intended? Is this. . .

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ACFW San Francisco Bay Area Kick-off Meeting

ACFW BAY WRITERS KICKOFF MEETING JULY 24, 2010 American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW) is proud to announce the kickoff meeting for fiction writers from the San Francisco Bay Area. This first meeting will be held in the South Bay, and future meetings will float to other locations. Our first speaker is Camy Tang, who writes romance with a kick of wasabi. Out now is her humorous romance series (Sushi for One?, Only Uni, and Single Sashimi) and her romantic suspense, Deadly Intent. Formula for Danger releases in September. Originally from Hawaii, she worked as a biologist for 9 years, but now is a staff worker for her San Jose church youth group. She also leads a worship team for Sunday service. Camy has coordinated the ACFW Genesis contest for 5 years and runs the Story Sensei fiction critique service, which specializes in online classes and book doctoring. On her blog,. . .

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August — Bethany House Releases

Masquerade by Nancy Moser They risk it all for adventure and romance, but find that love only flourishes in truth… 1886. Charlotte Gleason embarks from England with conflicting emotions. She is headed for New York to marry one of America’s wealthiest heirs–a man she has never even met. When her doubts gain the upper hand, she swaps identities with her maid Dora. She wants a chance at “real life,” even if it means giving up financial security. For Charlotte, it’s a risk she’s willing to take. But what begins as the whim of a spoiled rich girl becomes a test of survival beyond her blackest nightmare. For Dora, it’s the chance of a lifetime. She is thrust into a fairy tale amid ball gowns and lavish mansions, yet is tormented by the possibility of discovery–and humiliation. And what of the man who believes she is indeed his intended? Is this. . .

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Jesus and the Children {Preview}

Jesus and the Children by Andrew McDonough Genre: Juvenile Fiction/Christian/Early Readers Pages: 32 Date Published: January 15, 2010 Publisher: ZonderKidz, a division of Zondervan My rating: 4 of 5 stars Read my Review from June 3rd. ***Special thanks to Pam Mettler of Zondervan for sending me a review copy.*** ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Andrew is the creator, writer, and illustrator of the Lost Sheep series. Way back in 1989 as a young Bible college student, Andrew was asked to give the dreaded “children’s talk” at a large church. Andrew possessed one talent: he could draw sheep. He bought some overhead projector sheets and drew up the story of Cecil and the Lost Sheep. T he congregation loved it, so Andrew continued to draw stories to use with kids and adults. Other students, pastors, and teachers started borrowing the stories. Product Details: List Price: $4.99 Reading level: Ages 4-8 Paperback: 32 pages. . .

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