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New in Fiction Green Flash (F) Written by Martha VanCise When Marc Simms, maverick pilot, joins a mission team as a cover for a diamond heist in an Afro-Caribbean country, he believes avoiding profanity will be his greatest challenge. Traveling with people, however, who excel in compassion but lack in worldly or multicultural wisdom puts him in chaotic situations he could have avoided if traveling alone.During the nine-day trip, the charismatic widower intentionally charms each…Read More
NEW in Nonfiction!
Growing the Fruit of the Spirit: 100 Devotionals for Farm Families (NF) Written by Beth Gormong & Susan Hayhurst Farm life is a one-of-a-kind experience. Living where you work, putting up with pungent smells, and praying daily the farm spreadsheets balance is the norm. In Growing the Fruit of the Spirit: 100 Devotions for Farm Families, Susan and Beth share their real-life adventures. Though they don’t work the land, they see the humor, endure the…Read More
Celebrating Black History Month with Elk Lake Authors!
Help us celebrate some of our Black Authors by checking out their books! Mourning into Dancing Written by Aaron Pettes Click here to find out more. God, Mt. Fuji, and Sweet Tea Written by Janet P. Smith Click here to find out more. The Tapestry of Trauma Written by Donna Scott Click here to find out more. Fairy Tales…Read More
What’s NEW in 2023
Check out what’s new in 2023! Sweeter with You (F) Written by Mary A. Felkins A spirited bakery shop owner. A cupcake-baking pro ball player. A game-winning play to find love ever after. SERENITY LEWIS has a serious problem. After several successful years, her trendy French Quarter bakery is failing-no thanks to a national chain that’s luring patrons by way of lower prices and ease of parking. She’ll do anything to keep her bakery alive.…Read More
An Interview with Our Editor-in-Chief! Find out what Elk Lake is looking for…
Our publisher, Deb Haggerty, was recently interviewed for the American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW) At Home Conference. We thought you’d be interested in her answers. What are the top things you look for in a submission? We look to see if they followed our guidelines completely. Then we look to see if the grammar, punctuation, and usage are correct. We check the synopsis-shorter is better than longer. We look at their proposed marketing efforts. We…Read More