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August New Releases

By Deb Haggerty / September 1, 2022 /

Check out our August New Releases! New in Fiction Texas Faith Written by Andrew Roth Will things ever go right? When Johnny’s pa doesn’t come home after the war, the Garret ranch nears collapse, covered with back taxes and worthless cattle. While he struggles with bitterness and dread, his mother launches a spiritual quest for God’s provision. Hannah Tall Basket, a friend from the nearby Comanche village, challenges him to join the Spirit-filled adventure in…

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July New Releases

By Deb Haggerty / July 31, 2022 /

Check out our July New Releases! New in Fiction Deception in December: Fern Valley Mysteries Book 2 Written by Doreen McAvoy Thirteen-year-old Will Abbott is enjoying his eighth-grade year and looking forward to a fun-filled December packed with basketball games, snowball fights, and Christmas pageant practice. With Otis Mayfield safely behind bars, Will’s biggest problem is enduring the antics of the class bully, Beefy Boris. But when an old car belonging to the Mayfield family…

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Late Summer Releases

June New Releases

By Deb Haggerty / July 2, 2022 /

Check out our June New Releases! New in Fiction Rules of Engagement Written by Claire O’Sullivan Army Ranger Scott Walker believes his missions have been compromised. They have been sidelined when a threat of an unchecked virus comes across the military radar. When he is given orders to protect a scientist, it is an assignment he finds boring-until he realizes he’s babysitting the same woman he met on vacation.Cheyenne Keyes is a low-level microbiologist with…

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Late Summer Releases

Elk Lake’s Selah Winners!

By Deb Haggerty / June 2, 2022 /

Elk Lake is happy to announce our TEN 2022 Selah Award winners! Congrats to our wonderful authors!   1st Place, Anthology Category We May Be Done, But We’re Not Finished by Deb DeArmond The nest is empty, professional path established or concluded. It should be an exciting time. We’re free to pursue the possibilities. But it’s a little scary, too. Much of what has defined our lives for the last 30 years is no longer…

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