Writing conferences are a great place to meet writers and discover their books. Here are twelve published authors whose work ranges from memoirs to novels and from ministry guides to book that challenge our comfortable assumptions. There’s lots of great writing here to entertain, challenge, and hopefully inspire you. Take a look.
- Sarah Bessey – Jesus Feminist (Howard Books, 2013)
- Kurt Bubna – Epic Grace: Chronicles of a Recovering Idiot (Tyndale Momentum, 2013)
- Derek Chinn – 1 + 1 = 1: Creating a Multiracial Church from Single Race Congregations (Wipf and Stock, 2012)
- Melanie Dobson – Chateau of Secrets (Howard Books, 2014)
- Christal Jenkins – Live! Speaking Life to Your Dry Bones (Xulon, 2012)
- Tony Kriz – Neighbors and Wise Men (Thomas Nelson, 2012)
- Eric Larson – Frameworks (Frameworks Resources LLC, 2012)
- Pamela Lau – Soul Strength: Spiritual Courage for the Battles of Life (Create Space, 2011)
- Paul Louis Metzger – Connecting Christ: How to Discuss Jesus in a World of Diverse Paths (Thomas Nelson, 2012)
- Karen Spears Zacharias – Mother of Rain (Mercer University Press, 2013)
- Sarah Thebarge – The Invisible Girls: a Memoir (Jericho Books, 2013)
- Randy Woodley – When Going to Church is a Sin and Other Essays on Native American Christian Missions (Healing the Land, 2007)
The best way to support writers is to buy their books, so if one of these titles strikes your interest pick up a copy. They can all be bought online.
I’m writing about the conference—in one way or another—all week, and linking each post here as I write it. Thanks for reading!