Latest Blog Posts

  • Interview with The Widow's Secret author Katharine Swartz

    Since our last chat with Lion Fiction author Katharine Swartz, she's been busy writing The Widow's Secret — the fourth title in the wonderful Tales from Goswell series, and we know many of you can't wait to read it! Here Katharine chats with us about what inspired her to write The Widow's Secret, the Whitehaven slave trade, and what she most enjoyed about writing the Tales from Goswell series.
    by Laura Barry / 16 Jun 2020
    Blog | Author Interviews
  • How to teach children about God: Howard Worsley and Ronni Lamont's new books

    Many people — parents, ministers, and educators struggle to teach about God in a way that resonates with children. No longer! We are thrilled this week to publish two wonderful books - How Not to Totally Put Your Children Off God and Faith in Children - that provide practical and thoughtful guidance on the importance of understanding the unique spirituality of children and how best to share our faith with them.
    by Laura Barry / Monday, 04 May 2020
    Blog | Author Interviews
  • When Faith Gets Shaken: Patrick Regan's powerful search for faith

    What do you do when life falls apart and it feels as if God has left you? How do you keep going when your faith is rocked to the core? For Patrick Regan, there was pain, illness, and loss in his family and community. Then a series of excruciating operations took him to the brink physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Writing When Faith Gets Shaken during his journey of recovery, Patrick explores how we find God in times of suffering.
    18 Mar 2020
    Blog | Author Interviews
  • Paul Trembling on his latest book, Local Legend

    Paul Trembling has worked as a missionary, a crime scene investigator, a seaman, a bookkeeper, and a petrol pump attendant. He's just published his third book with Lion Hudson, Local Legend. He spoke to me about the things that influence his writing and the way he goes about writing a new book.
    by Joe Purnell / Friday, 22 November 2019
    Blog | Author Interviews
  • "You wouldn't believe what you can do with a potato if you put your mind to it." | Claud Fullwood on her new book, The Rations Challenge

    Claud Fullwood, author of The Rations Challenge, talked to me about the benefits of conscious eating and the massive issue of a consumer culture in the 21st century. Her new book encourages us to consider more deeply the impact of our food, prompting us to ask questions of the ethics of our weekly shop. Placing the current crisis in the context of war-time rationing gives Claud a real clarity of voice as she guides us through small changes that make a significant difference.
    by Joe Purnell / Friday, 01 November 2019
    Blog | Author Interviews