Author and EMMY-Award-winning writer, producer-director, Chris Stepien, has reached a publishing agreement with Dynamic Catholic for his biblically-based novel about 12-year-old Jesus.
I write this with prayers that those who need books like this like I did will find them.
Guest author Michael Lotti offers advice on excellent book options for middle grade and teen readers.
My son Eric, now a newly minted college graduate working his first professional job, was a toddler in 1993 when a fantastic book entitled The Giver garnered the Newbery Medal for author Lois Lowry. A decade later,
Congratulations to our own Marilee Haynes, author of the wonderful book a.k.a. genius. Marilee Haynes was awarded the Catholic Writers Guild's highest recognition.
Here's why John Konecsni says you should stop reading his review of The Watson Chronicles and go buy the book. It's that good!
What kind of mother leaves her child in a hot car? Leticia Velasquez shares a novel that explores this question. Given the recent news about the rash of children dying in hot cars, the timing's right on!
It’s the Fortnight for Freedom. Have you been praying? And speaking up? And praying some more? It’s not too late, you know. Our freedom’s never been more precious…or more at risk. You know what you should read while
A review of the new Ignatius Press novel The Leaves are Falling by Lucy Beckett, a novel that offers an in-depth look at the history, ideology, religion, and geography of the two world wars.
Fun fiction and history she's shocked to find she loves: Find out what Sarah Reinhard has been reading and what she has to share in her weekly book talk.
Ignatius Press has three new novels released, and they look great! Sarah Reinhard shares why she's looking forward to reading them (hopefully this summer).
The Book of Jotham is a read which encourages the reader to know God, in His great love, has given us as a spiritual guide.
Tuscany Press is offering a cash prize to unpublished Catholic authors for their works of fiction.
Ellen Gable shares about her latest historical novel, insight from the writing life, and an excerpt of her book.
Arthur Powers spent decades contemplating the novella "The Book of Jotham" which is a poetic tribute to those with intellectual disabilities.