Elk Lake Publishing Inc reveals new logo. Publisher Deb Haggerty said a new look was necessary to promote their mission of publishing positive books for the Christian market. One of the few Christian-owned and operated traditional, royalty-paying publishing companies, Elk Lake has books for readers of all ages in a variety of genres. Elk Lake, headquartered in Plymouth, MA, publishes thirty to forty books a year. Recent book releases include World War II-era—Set for Danger by Ace Collins, humor—The Heart of Humor by Jeanette Levellie, contemporary—Hosea’s Heart by Linda Wood Rondeau and Manhattan Grace by Clarice G. James, and children’s—If I Could Ask Jesus by Donna Wyland/Lynne Davis among others. All books are available on Amazon and through Ingram Services.
For more information, contact Deb Haggerty at Deb@ElkLakePublishingInc.com or call 508-746-1734.
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