New Release: The Little Voice by Julie E. Landon

We're excited to announce our newest release, The Little Voice, written by Julie E. Landon and illustrated by Amanda Gaskins Morris.

Available in print and on Kindle!

Have you ever heard a little voice?

Not a voice that anyone else can hear, but a voice from deep inside your heart?

You have to really listen.  It’s there. This story is about hearing that voice, listening to it and realizing where that voice is coming from.

Join Eddy as he experiences that voice for the first time and learn along side of him just how important it is to listen and follow that little voice.

For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever 
believes in him shall not perish but will have everlasting life. 
John 3:16 

About the Author:

Julie Etheridge Landon has always loved creating stories.  She graduated from Georgia College & State University with a degree in Journalism. She is passionate about seeking God’s will and spreading his word. “The Little Voice” is her first children’s book.  Julie lives with her husband, Eddy, and two children, Eddy and Lillie, in Georgia. Visit with us on Facebook at “The Little Voice.”

About the Illustrator:

Amanda Gaskins Morris grew up in the deep country of south Georgia. As a child, she road tractors with her granddaddy, playing in plowed soil, with tobacco horn worms, and roaming the woods barefoot on hot summer days. She became a musician like her father whom she idolized.  In her teen years the Lord gave her the gift of drawing. Which she has passed on to children as an art teacher and now passes it to children of Tattnall Square Academy in Macon. She is also an active art instructor through the ministry Truth Be Told Art.

The Couth Fairy Author interviewed on ABC16/FOX24

Karen Mutchler Allen was interviewed on ABC 16 / FOX 24 on January 14th about her book, The Couth Fairy - a children's book on manners.

Click here to purchase copies of the book on Amazon.

Manners for Children

Congratulations to Karen Mutchler Allen on the release of her new book, The Couth Fairy.

Available on Amazon and by request from most major booksellers.

Just Another Day by Pat Stephenson

by Pat Stephenson

We all have a yearning to go back home once more. He stood there alone until the chill brought back his sense; gazing at the farmhouse, a barn, and a string of fence that stretched away yonder to where the Platte River flows beyond where the Rockies are covered year round with snows. The scene has come full circle, like a play that never ends. Caught in an infinite wrinkle, this is the message it sends; we can look back on our past and what has shaped our way. It's merely played with another cast, it's just another day.

Available on Amazon and other major online bookstores, 
and at many local bookstores by request.

Looking for a Holiday Devotional?

Congratulations to Shirley Crowder and Harriet E. Michael on their latest release, Glimpses of the Savior. This holiday-themed devotional features 30 meditations to carry you through Thanksgiving, Christmas and the New Year. Illustrations are provided by Harriet's daughter, Kristin Michael.

The Great Search for Awesome by Renee Britt

Congratulations to Renee Britt on her new release!

Available now in paperback
Kindle version coming soon!

"Do you ever wonder how people become so awesome?" 

Help your children discover the AWESOME inside themselves with this fun-filled story. Join the silly shenanigans of "The Great Search for AWESOME" as Shae, with a little help from her brother, finds that what makes her special isn't something in her room or the way she looks. It's something she's had the entire time. 

Take up the great search with your kids and find your AWESOME!!