Announcing . . . Chapter-a-Week has a new sister Yahoo! group called Chapter-a-Week Chat. If you’d like to talk to others about the great books featured on Chapter-a-Week or if you’d like the inside scoop on the book from the authors themselves this is an excellent place to start. Each week’s featured authors will be on hand to answer questions and give readers an intimate look at the writing life that inspired their works and readers can discuss all the books. Check it out at Chapter-a-Week Chat .  –The moderators of Chapter-a-Week 

Now for this week’s featured books…

The Voice

By Bill Myers

“Bill Myers writes a crisp, express train read featuring 3D characters, cinematic settings and action, and, as usual, a premise I wish I’d thought of — and succeeds splendidly!  Two thumbs up!” — Frank E. Peretti


Burned out Special Forces agent Charlie Madison has his reclusive life turned upside down when his thirteen-year-old niece barges into his empty world. Her parents have been kidnapped by religious radicals and he is the only one who can save them. While creating a computer program, they discovered and recorded the actual voice of God. But there is far more at stake than the parents’ safety or even religion.  If the voice of God created reality, it can destroy it. If it can be controlled, it will become a weapon of mass destruction making all others obsolete. IF it can be controlled.

AAngie here:  I had a chance to read THE VOICE in its manuscript form, and it’s a wonderful and thought-provoking book. If you’ve never read Bill Myers, you’re in for a treat!  

When the Heart Cries

By Cindy Woodsmall


“Fans of Beverly Lewis and the Amish genre will be thrilled to discover this new author . . .” Tamera Alexander, author of the best-selling Rekindled and Revealed



When Hannah dares to love across the boundaries of tradition, will she lose everything?



Despite being raised in a traditional Old Order Amish family, seventeen-year-old Hannah Lapp desires to break with custom, forgo baptism into the faith, and marry outside the cloistered community. She’s been in love with Mennonite Paul Waddell for three years, and before returning to college for his senior year, Paul asks Hannah to be his wife. On the evening of their engagement, tragedy strikes and in one unwelcome encounter, all that Hannah has known and believed is destroyed. As she finds herself entangled in questions that the Old Ways of her people cannot answer, Hannah faces the possibility of losing her place in her family, in her community–and in the heart of the man she loves.


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