Forgotten Memories

Some memories are best forgotten… The Wyoming Territory is rife with lawlessness and disorder, something Annie Ledbetter and her parents discover when their wagon train is robbed. Seven years later, Annie settles into her lifelong dream as a teacher in the small town of Willow Falls. When she meets handsome rancher Caleb Eliason through a humorous misunderstanding, she is quickly drawn to his kind heart and charming smile. Former outlaw Caleb Eliason embraces his chance at a fresh start. Gone are the days of robbing stagecoaches and wagon trains. When he falls in love with the new Willow Falls teacher, he doesn’t realize they’ve met before—under much different circumstances. When his past comes to light, will it put the growing love between them at risk? Can forgiveness and redemption heal two broken hearts or will the past keep them from sharing a future?

Meet Penny Zeller

Penny Zeller is known for her heartfelt stories of faith and her passion to impact lives for Christ through fiction. While she has had a love for writing since childhood, she began her adult writing career penning articles for national and regional publications on a wide variety of topics. Today Penny is a multi-published author of over a dozen books. She is also a homeschool mom and a group fitness instructor. Her desire is to assist and nurture women into a closer relationship with Christ. When Penny is not dreaming up new characters, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two daughters and camping, hiking, canoeing, reading, running, gardening, and playing volleyball. Penny is represented by Tamela Hancock Murray of the Steve Laube Agency and loves to hear from her readers at her website, www.pennyzeller.com, her blog, www.pennyzeller.wordpress.com, and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/pennyzellerbooks.

True Cover

In a matter of 24 hours, Sarah Masters lost everything that was important to her – her job, her friends, her house. Now a madman is hunting her down to kill her, and the only ones stopping him are the FBI Agents who have pledged to protect her. But in the process of protecting her, these FBI Agents touch Sarah’s life in a way she never expected as they cause her to question her relationship with God and His plan for her future. Sam Morgan is the FBI Agent tasked with the job of keeping Sarah safe. He and his team fight to keep Sarah alive – and in the process, all of their lives are changed in ways they never expected.

Meet Ruth Kyser

Ruth Kyser is a native of the State of Michigan in the USA–wife, mother, and grandmother–who writes Christian Inspirational Romance. She is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers and enjoys reading almost as much as she loves writing!

The Circle King

Struggling to find the next book for your middle grade child? Or do you want a book that you and your child can read together that doesn’t make you worried about what kind of content will be on the next page? Look no further! The Circle King is a book that you will enjoy as much as your kid! Full of exciting twists and turns, The Circle King is sure to keep your child flipping page after page in this riveting read. Click to purchase now!

Meet Brooklyn Maelee

Brooklyn Maelee writes Christian fiction that applies Biblical truths to characters in an exciting and entertaining story. She hopes people can be entertained by her story while thinking deeply about the underlying message. Brooklyn published the first book of The Circle King series the year she graduated high school.

A Truthful Man: A Modern Catholic Novel

Preaching the truth these days is risky business for a Catholic priest. Father James, pastor of a tiny parish on the English coast, is suddenly threatened with being thrown out by his progressive bishop for doing just that. His mission is to save souls, but how can he when his own Church won’t let him? Will he even be able to rescue one person – Mark, his former friend – from the hell his life of lies has created?

Meet Hilary Walker

Originally from England, Hilary is an American citizen living in South Carolina with her husband and Bertie Wooster’s Jeeves, her stubborn English Bulldog. She is a committed Christian who loves writing stories that bring readers closer to Christ, often through using her other passion, horses. When not writing she is to be found at the barn riding her home-bred gelding on the trails or taking him to dressage competitions. Hilary is a multiple Amazon best selling author.

Riding Out the Devil

Jack’s only interest is in helping troubled horses. Then his parish priest asks him to help Joe, a teenage boy in desperate need of what only the trainer can offer. Jack hasn’t been to church in years and wants nothing to do with the kid. Then he learns the true nature of Joe’s problems – and is forced to face his own wounds. Will he stubbornly persist in bitter isolation? Or will he open his heart and use his God-given talents to heal the boy?

Meet Hilary Walker

Originally from England, Hilary now lives in South Carolina with her husband and Bertie Wooster’s Jeeves, her stubborn English Bulldog. She loves writing Christian fiction that brings readers closer to Christ by taking them into the healing world of horses. When not writing, she’s to be found at the barn, riding her beloved bay gelding on the trails or getting him ready for their next dressage competition. Hilary is a multiple Amazon best selling author.

The Heavenly Grille Café

A shocking kidnapping will test her faith…

Can divine intervention save the day?

Amanda Turner is a young woman who has recently lost everything: her parents, her home, and her job. She packs all of her belongings into her old car and drives north from Tampa until she comes upon an out-of-the-way restaurant, accentuated by a huge golden halo instead of the more well-recognized golden arches. What will she find at The Heavenly Grille Café?

Kris makes an unlikely new friend for the devout Amanda. Kris has done everything in her power to be the ultimate “bad” girl, and does not believe in God. She is also seven months pregnant and has been abandoned by her live-in boyfriend. Despite this, the women become best friends and move in together so that Amanda can help take care of the baby girl, Charlotte Grace.

When Charlotte Grace is kidnapped, Amanda must tap into unknown reserves of faith, courage, and forgiveness to find her. The angels at the Grille can guide her, but in the end this is something Amanda must do on her own.

The Girl Who Sees Angels

SOPHIE RAMOS has always had visions—perceptions of beings others don’t see. Even her mother doubted her as a child. Psychiatrists doubted her too. Psychics tried to recruit her to enrich and empower themselves. Now she’s thirty-two, living on her own, and sharing her secret only with her mother and a few friends. A threatening specter begins to visit her at night, and more than her sleep is at stake. She follows a friend’s recommendation to visit Detta Washington, a church lady who believes that Sophie does see angels and demons. Even if Sophie is skeptical about the labels Detta uses for what she sees, she comes to respect Detta and finds ways to use her gift to help others. When she helps free Detta from an incurable disease and releases two of her friends from creepy creatures shadowing them, Sophie starts to embrace her identity. But she still needs help with the ghoul that hovers above her bed at night. And that’s not the last enemy who threatens her in the dark. Anthony, Detta’s handsome son, helps Sophie understand his mother’s religious language, and he becomes convinced that Sophie is for real. After years of doubt and frequent commitments to mental hospitals, Sophie’s mother comes to trust her daughter’s visions as well. Recovering from a life of being condemned as a crazy person, Sophie finds new confidence. She is gifted. She is the girl who sees angels.


Meet Jeffrey McClain Jones

As a small boy in Lincoln, Nebraska, I listened enrapt to my grandmother reading me children’s stories, such as The Little Engine That Could. I also recall the elementary school librarian who read us Winnie the Pooh, imitating all the voices. And I remember the first summer I was allowed to ride my bike to the library on my own.

Writing started for me in school. Teachers encouraged me to pursue what they perceived as a gift. For me, my imagination was a challenge as much as a gift. I found the real world so much less enthralling.

In my Christian high school, the English teacher supplied me with unassigned novels. I wrote the senior class play and served as editor of both the yearbook and the school newspaper.

At Houghton College, I majored in writing, including coursework in poetry and fiction. But I also majored in biblical studies and was persuaded to take my writing skills in a more “respectable” direction—academia and nonfiction writing. Remember that less enthralling real world?

When all my academic work led to no great employment breakthrough, I hopped from there onto that rapid conveyor known as the tech industry. Starting in the 1990s, I shaped a new career, eventually starting my own computer consulting firm.

During those years, I focused on raising two boys and cherished the role of doing the bedtime reading, including attempting all the voices in The Chronicles of Narnia series. I also composed a few stories from scratch for my attentive little audience, usually around a campfire.

I started writing again in 2006. Following a friend’s suggestion, I meditated on scripture by imagining myself present on a day when Jesus healed an entire multitude. That meditation turned into my first novel, And He Healed Them All. Closing the gap between the sparse descriptions in the Gospels and what must have been a rich miraculous experience enticed me.

A series of unusual events (ask me someday) prodded me to write my second novel, The Reign: Out of Tribulation. I began self-publishing with those first two books. My third novel, Seeing Jesus, expanded into a series when numerous readers begged me for more. As it turns out, that kind of begging is hard to resist.

In all, I have published fifteen books on Amazon, fourteen of them as installments in one of my series. I am constantly working to improve my skills and to better share my message with the reading public.

Anyone tracking my address could guess that I’ve had some setbacks in my life. But God has stayed the same, even as I evolve and have to start over again.

Now I am married and living in Vernon Hills, Illinois, attending a vibrant church and meeting new people. I work part-time on my computer consulting business, and I devote much of the rest of my time to writing and marketing my books, with my wife as my highly motivated marketing director.

The Stories They Tell: Stories of Inspiration and Courage, Through the Eyes That Need It Most

In this collection of short stories, experience the lives of flawed and broken men, as they grow through trials and tough times. Hear the story of a war veteran, a father, a farmhand, and more critically broken people, as they overcome the dark and painful times that all people face.

Meet Aaron Maxey

Hi, I’m Aaron Maxey. I published my first book at 18, with the goal to spread to as many people as I can. This collection of stories is meant to bring inspiration and courage to those that need it. I truly hope my book changes your life for the better, enjoy!

Finding Purpose: Book 1 in the Mylin Valley Series

An eight-year-old special needs child and a traumatized horse turn life upside down for Heather Fletcher. Is her expertise in training horses and a newfound interest in neuroscience enough to help them, or will they all be trampled in the dirt?

For Heather, life in the small mountain town of Mylin Valley couldn’t be better. She has a family who loves and supports her, a community who embraces her, and a successful horse rescue ranch. But when Xavier, a young boy with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder and Littlefoot, a traumatized horse with an uncertain past show up on her ranch in the same week, Heather finds meeting the needs of both might be impossible. A rift in her community, and trouble at home leaves Heather with little help. Could her deep rooted knowledge of horses combined with her new interest in brain science be the answer she needs to overcome the challenges she faces?


Meet Angela E. Powell

Angela E. Powell has published three non-fiction books, one stand-alone fiction book, and over 300 articles. In 2013, Angela started her journey of understanding mental health issues when she became step-mom to a boy with special needs. Through her experiences, and a lot of research over eight years, she developed a passion for bringing awareness to the mental health issues most people don’t know much about. This is how the Mylin Valley series was born. When she isn’t writing, Angela takes care of her family, and homesteads on 3+ acres of land in Huntsville, Utah.

Conquering Your Goliaths: A Parable of the Five Stones

David gathered 5 smooth stones to meet and defeat Goliath. What did these stones represent and how can you use them to conquer Goliaths in your own personal quests? Ms. Virginia Bean will show you how. Travel with her on her own personal journey. See what she does. Learn how she grows. Discover what she becomes. “Conquering your Goliaths—A Parable of the Five Stones” is for anyone desiring to travel beyond mediocrity, pain, and fear. Learn of the great power within you, a power given to you from God, a power that must ultimately be unleashed to conquer the Goliaths in your own life. Come to an even deeper understanding of God and what he wants for you. Come…

Meet Kathryn Elizabeth Jones

Kathryn is a lover of words and a bearer of mood swings. When she is feeling the need to inspire, she writes a Christian fiction book. If a mystery is waiting to be uncovered, she finds it. If something otherworldly is finding its way through her fingertips, she travels to it. Kathryn has been a reader since she was a young child. Although she took classes in writing as a teen, it wasn’t something she really thought would become her career until she was married. And even then, it took a few more years for something worthy enough to publish to manifest itself. Kathryn’s first book was published in 2002. Since then, many other books have found their way out of her head depending on the sort of day she is having. Kathryn is a journalist, a teacher, a mentor, an editor, a publisher, and a marketer. Her greatest joy, other than writing her next book, is meeting with readers and authors who enjoy the craft of writing as much as she does.