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New Year, New Books!

By Deb Haggerty / January 20, 2024 /

New Year, New Books! Sisters Ever After by Erin S. Quint Can God work in the hearts of two single parents so their daughters can beĀ Sisters Ever After? Gianna Harper is living on borrowed time. Newly widowed, she’s struggling to hold things together at home and keep her business afloat while dealing with her late husband’s effects. But something’s not right, and now, Gianna is convinced he was involved in something a lot more sinister…

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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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May New Releases

By Deb Haggerty / May 27, 2022 /

Check out our May New Releases! New in Fiction Once Upon the Shadows Written by Faith Colleen Weaver Everyone fights their Shadows. Not everyone can win. Kaley is lost in the dark. After years of unspeakable deals made with the Shadows, she fears her heart might be permanently bound to the darkness. In a final attempt to save her fate, Kaley enters into the palace under the promise that if she gives her life to…

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April New Releases

By Deb Haggerty / May 17, 2022 /

Check out our April New Releases! New in Fiction Forbidden Truth Written by Debra Torres What happens when living the dream means losing yourself? Johanna Yoder can breathe again. Willow Brook’s once tyrannical Bishop Zook has been replaced by Gott’s true elect, Gideon Hochstetler. And the new bishop can’t help but show some special leniency towards the aspiring Amish writer. Working at the Mountain Laurel Star newspaper while remaining Amish is a dream come true…

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