Get Your Christmas Book Bundle

Get Your Christmas Book Bundle

Christmas is coming, and we’ve got a book bundle to help you with your gift giving. And what a must have bundle it is, with our two hottest reads for 2016— On the Edge by Theresa Santy and Stolen Postcards by Jan Ackerson. To buy these two books would normally cost $42 (Australian) plus $5.00 postage and handling. But until December 1, you can buy both for $32.95 + $5.00 postage and handling (Australian). That’s approximately $25.00 (US).

2016 Page Turner Contest Winners

2016 Page Turner Contest Winners

It may be a month earlier than expected, but we are very happy to join with FaithWriters.com to announce the winners of the 2016 Page Turner Contest for Fiction and Nonfiction manuscripts.

Timmy Speaks

Timmy Speaks

What makes Timmy Boyle tick? Jason Neil Soto on the Comments on Christianity blog was brave enough to dig a little deeper into Timmy’s mind, and the result is this very insightful audio interview.

Now Everyone Can Get Inside Timmy’s Mind

Now Everyone Can Get Inside Timmy’s Mind

Now, at long last, it’s your turn to get Inside Timmy’s Mind. With Timmy’s own brand of up-standing clean humour from start to finish, this book is suitable for the whole family and a definite day brightener. Add in some great illustrations by the very talented Dave Coleman, and you have a book you’ll want to share with others . . . except you won’t want to share it because you’ll want to read it again and again yourself. I’ve been living in Timmy’s mind for well over a year, and it still makes me laugh.

Learning Curves and New Horizons

Learning Curves and New Horizons

No one could ever call me impulsive. The road to Breath of Fresh Air Press has been over fifteen years in the making, with many detours, curves, and a lot of road work along the way. There have also been numerous stops by the side of the road to check the map when the road ahead looked impassable. (Picture an overloaded Volkswagen Beetle about to drive onto an Indiana Jones-esque rope bridge. That CAN’T be the right direction . . . can it?)