Lion Fiction offers Christian fiction of a different sort, aiming to reach both religious and secular readers by relying on narrative thrust, believable characters, and boundary-crossing context to create an imaginative awareness of spiritual truths without battering-ram preachment. “We’re trying to offer spirituality in fiction form but without an agenda, because most books on the Christian faith have something to sell, and that compromises the integrity of the novel,” explains publisher Tony Collins, also publisher of Lion Hudson’s Monarch imprint,
Pam Rhodes is among BBC’s hymn-based Songs of Praise most recognizable and enduring presenters, a job she juggles with that of busy novelist. Her new trilogy, “The Dunbridge Chronicles,” features the very human fumbling and gradual maturing of Neil Fisher, the fresh-from-training new curate of St. Stephen’s church.
Albert, Edoardo. Edwin: High King of Britain: The Northumbrian Thrones, Bk. 1. Apr. 2014. 320p. ISBN 9781782640332. pap. $14.99. HISTORICAL Journalist Albert, who coauthored Northumbria: The Lost Kingdom with archaeologist Paul Gething, debuts as a fiction writer with a historical novel set in seventh-century Northumbria, where Christianity had its start in England. The deposed king, […]