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About Bethany House

The purpose of Bethany House is to help Christians apply biblical truth in all areas of life–whether through a well-told story, a challenging devotional, or the message of an illustrated children’s book. We are diligently committed to offering the best in editing, design and marketing to make each book as inspiring, challenging, enjoyable and attractive as it can be. For more information on Bethany House, our mission, and our books, visit bethanyhouse.com

About the Blog Moderator

When we’re not featuring one of our authors, the first-person narrator behind this blog will be me, Amy Green. I joined the Bethany House team in October 2013 as the fiction publicist, which means I promote our wonderful fiction authors through social media, interviews, magazine reviews, blog tours, book signings, and many other outlets. If you’re a media professional interested in one of our fiction authors, feel free to contact me at agreen@bethanyhouse.com.

This is me. I like to laugh a lot.

Follow me on Twitter to hear my commentary on the Bethany House books I’m reading and to get an insider view on what happens at a publishing company, or add me as a friend on Facebook to be invited to fun events like our Book Banter.

My hope is that this blog will be a place where readers and writers can connect, talk about books and faith, and just enjoy themselves. Comment often, especially if you have ideas for new things you’d like to see on the blog. I’m always happy to hear from readers!

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    • Hi Sherry! According to Davis Bunn’s website: “The Loyal Renegade was never written. I became caught up in work with Janette Oke on a new series—her last, at least for now, due to her health—and because we did not know how much time we had to work on this, I combined that story and the final in the series into one book, Falconer’s Quest.” Hope that helps!

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