Tagged with Meet the Author

Glenn Myers: Why I started telling stories to tell the truth

SOME FOOD FOR THOUGHT over the weekend from Glenn Myers, indie publisher and author at Fizz Books as well as Mission Journalist and Website Editor at WEC International. Glenn has published extensively with Authentic Media, Christian Focus, Scripture Union and WEC Publications, titles ranging from his fresh-out-of-college World Christian Starter Kit through to the more … Continue reading

Don’t be Scared of Theology!

Before leaving LST I had the privilege of meeting Derek Bigg, a former LST (or LBC, as it was in those days) student, who called in at the shop to supply me with stock of his book, In Pursuit of the Truth. It’s a book that has emerged out of a lifetime of faithful and … Continue reading

Becky Garrison discovers Grace in the UK

Becky Garrison, author of Jesus Died for This? kindly invited me to the facebook launch event for her book — so I invited her right back to tell us all about it. Here, in an excerpt adapted from the book, Becky reflects on her pilgrimage to the UK and Ireland where one of her highlights … Continue reading

Meeting Mel

I met Mel Menzies online earlier this year when she joined the Christian Authors, Booksellers and Publishers facebook group. It wasn’t long before her posts and comments began to intrigue me, so I invited her to tell us more — and I’m glad I did… Mel writes: I feel honoured to have been invited to write … Continue reading

So You Think You’re Chosen? Debating Calvinism

If you’re a Christian bookseller, you’ve almost certainly heard from Jacques More, author and manager of Jarom Books: Jacques has been busy making good use of the Directory to contact shop owners and buyers in hope of persuading us to stock his books. At the same time, he’s also been feeding information back to me about … Continue reading

How ‘Not Under Bondage’ came to be written

In November last year I featured John Wilks’ review of Barbara Roberts’ book, Not Under Bondage. I invited Barbara to tell us more about the book and why she wrote it. This is the second of two articles she prepared in response to that invitation. Barbara writes: In a previous post, I described my book … Continue reading

Legs of Lamb

I enjoy walking. When the weather’s fit and it’s not too far. Most mornings I get off the tube a stop early and walk in to work, and given the opportunity I’ll happily walk for miles along the coast or the canal towpath. But when Gary Lamb emailed me about his book, Legs of Lamb (New … Continue reading