Fiction and Poetry
West With Giraffes by Lynda Rutledge
Part adventure, part historical saga, and part coming-of-age love story, West with Giraffes explores what it means to be changed by the grace of animals, the kindness of strangers, the passing of time, and a story told before it’s too late.
Dog Songs by Mary Oliver
As understood through the poet's relationships to the canines that have accompanied her daily walks, warmed her home, and inspired her work, Mary Oliver's Dog Songs is a celebration of the special bond between human and dog
We Are All Good People Here by Susan Rebecca White
A multi-generational novel that explores the complex relationship between two very different women and the secrets they bequeath to their daughters.
The Breath of God by Jeffery Small
A murder at the Taj Mahal. A kidnapping in a sacred city. A desperate chase through a cliffside monastery. All in the pursuit of a legend that could link the world’s great religious faiths.
A Thousand Mornings by Mary Oliver
Mary Oliver takes us to the marshland and coastline of her home, Provincetown, Massachusetts.
Christian Poetry In America Since 1940 by Micah Mattix, Et.Al.
This volume features the work of early-, mid-, and late-career poets, formalists, free-verse poets, and experimenters in prosody. This anthology bears witness to the poetic mind as it seeks that which is above.
Prodigal: a Sequel To Jabbok And Beulah by Kee Sloan
I think my friend Jake was probably right: “In the end, our stories is all we is.” This is my story continuing, filled with lessons I’ve learned, truth I hold as precious, and the faith I have sometimes struggled to keep.
Vain Conversation by Anthony Grooms
An engrossing novel based on the true story of the 1946 lynching of two black couples in Georgia.
Take Each Day One Step At a Time
TAKE EACH DAY ONE STEP AT A TIME affirms that -- with patience, hope, and the support of those close to you -- your dream of recovery can, and will, become a reality.
Looking For the King by David C Downing
Set in the early years of World War Two in the historic city of Oxford and a number of mythic places connected to ancient England, this story draws in C.S. Lewis the literary historian and famous author, and close friends of his called the Inklings.
The Overstory: a Novel by Richard Powers
The Overstory, winner of the 2019 Pulitzer Prize in Fiction, is a sweeping, impassioned work of activism and resistance that is also a stunning evocation of―and paean to―the natural world.
Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers
California’s gold country, 1850. A time when men sold their souls for a bag of gold and women sold their bodies for a place to sleep. Angel expects nothing from men but betrayal.
Looking For Alaska by John Green
Miles "Pudge" Halter befriends some fellow boarding-school students and falls in love with Alaska Young, the razor-sharp, self-destructive nucleus of the group. When tragedy strikes, Pudge discovers the value of unconditional love