Tuscany Press is offering a cash prize to unpublished Catholic authors for their works of fiction.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.
Here's a look at a great new book for your middle grade reader, Genius Under Construction.
New contributor Jake Frost considers the latest novel by Patti Maguire Armstrong.
Lorrie Lane Dyer reviews two great books that are marketed for children but that she thinks are great for adults, too.
This week, we have 3 great fiction titles from Ignatius Press in our book giveaway. Be sure to enter!
The latest fiction release from Ignatius Press looks great, don't you agree? Sarah Reinhard is planning to read it next...here's why!
Guest authors Amanda and Clinton Jones share the motivation behind their historical novel.
Sarah Reinhard reviews two recent fiction reads: Mind Over Psyche and Dear God, I Don't Get It.
Tanya Weitzel reviews three fiction titles from Catholic singer and author Elizabeth Schmeidler.
Today, we shine our "Book Notes" spotlight on one of our own with an interview with Sherry Antonetti, author of The Book of Helen.
Read an article by Karina Fabian, author of the newly released "Mind over Psyche" in today's Book Notes installment.
Ellen Gable Hrkach reviews "Treason", calling it "an artistic masterpiece of Catholic literature and is Catholic fiction at its finest".
Nancy Ward's review of the book Down Right Good reminds us to look for God's love in the hidden angels in our lives.