So many books...so easy to find!
More than 2000 Christian novels by more than 500 Christian fiction authors representing almost 60 Christian fiction publishing houses or imprints.
ACFW - The Voice of Christian Fiction - is pleased to provide this free, easy-access resource for readers, retailers, libraries, and book clubs.
- Find new authors, new titles, new genres
- Browse hundreds of Christian fiction titles in dozens of categories
- Discover other novels by a favorite author
- Locate a book by subject or topic
- Read reviews and sample chapters
- Get to know authors and the stories behind the stories
- Stay up-to-date with the latest releases and award-winning books
Discovery starts here!
If you like what you see, register for free. The site will then remember your settings to make return visits easy and convenient.
If you're an author whose publisher is listed here or an independent author, you can also register and add your books to the site.
Publishers whose books are listed here meet criteria established by the ACFW Executive Board. Listing here of a book does not imply endorsement by ACFW. If you have questions, comments, or criticisms regarding any of these books, we urge you to communicate them directly to the publisher by clicking on their name in the list to go to their website.
Seduced by evil, Cain kills Abel then flees with his sister to the land of Nod. Bereaved of all their children in one day, Adam and Eve are heartbroken, but not until they both see a vision of Abel in Paradise with their childhood pets Lion and Lamb does…
His unspeakable past. Her insurmountable future. Gabriel Rubachuk returns to Galena Landing, Idaho, once the setting of a charmed life before an accident killed his pregnant wife. Will he embrace hope for a new life or escape once again? Beekeeper Sierra…
This week's interview
Cindy LovenCindy Loven, an avid reader all her life, is seeing her dreams fulfilled with the publication of her first novel, Swept Away, part of Abingdon's Quilts of Love series. Born and raised in Arkansas, she loves her home state and is happy to live there with her husband of nearly twenty-nine years and her adult son. She and her family are very active in their local church, serving in many volunteer positions. She and her husband are very serious about informing parents about the dangers of the choking game, after loosing their youngest son to this dreadful 'game' in 2009. When not busy with church or her job as a “PR gal” for another author, you can find Cindy in her craft room,sewing, crocheting or making cards.
"Grandma Sari is my favorite character; she is both of my grandmothers, combined. She is feisty, sassy and afraid that she is losing her mind with what appears to be the onset of Alzheimer's. The thing I like least about Grandma Sari is how she often treats Sara Jane."