Five On Friday: Newly Announced Inspirational Book Deals

There are so many new book deals being made in the inspirational market that we’ve decided to devote a new special column to them. Here are five of this week's most inspiring inspirational book deals — just after they’ve been announced!

When the heroine of Meg Moseley’s upcoming novel Undo the Dark returns home for her estranged mother’s funeral, she’s forced to face her mentally scarred Vietnam vet father. She also learns that her former love has been awaiting her return. Someone tell us where to sign up for what sounds like a satisfying tale of loss and re-found love!

Amish romance readers seeking a thrill will be glad to learn that Marta Perry has a new series in the works. The Watcher in the Dark series will feature three old friends as they reunite after the death of an Amish teen shakes their small hometown. Each woman holds a piece of the puzzle that will bring justice to their community, but digging up the past may have deadly consequences …

If you loved Quaker author Philip Gulley’s Harmony series, you wont want to miss his new series, which shares its name with the first book, A Place Called Hope. Readers will be able to follow Harmony series favorite Sam Gardner as he moves to a new town filled with memorable characters and must-read moments.

Your heart will take flight when you get your hands on Angel Tales, the upcoming, uplifting anthology from Catherine Lanigan. Filled with stories of divine intervention featuring those personal guardians sent from above, this book is sure to dispel the winter doldrums. Readers can pick up this spiritual collection February 2012.

Get ready for Susan Page Davis’ fifteenth installment in her Miracles of Marble Cove series. The talented author is known for her inspiring tales of faith across the genres — she’s written 30 books since her first tale back in 2004. But, we can’t deny it, we’re particularly excited to book our next trip to Marble Cove!

And here’s your Friday Freebie:

Jane Kirkpatrick’s non fiction release The Promise of Spring will provide caregivers, from those charged with the care of a sick loved one to those preparing for the arrival of a new life, with the spiritual guidance to help them persevere. The book includes approximately 140 reflections inspired by the scripture and is slated for publication in February 2013.

For more soon-to-be-published books you can visit our Upcoming Releases page and be sure to check out our Forewords column every Monday for the week’s newest book deals across all the genres!