George R. R. Martin's "The Winds of Winter" (TWOW) will not hit bookshelves on March 9, 2017. The publishers of the bestselling author belied the leaked release date that circulated around the internet early this week.
No Final Publication Date
Penguin Random House (PRH), Martin's publisher in the United States, clarified to EW that no release date has been announced for the sixth novel of "A Song of Ice and Fire" (ASOIAF) series. The company emphasized that all on-sale dates currently listed online for the highly anticipated book are not true. more >>
Grammy Award-winning artist Chris Tomlin is set to release a children's picture book named after his hit song "Good Good Father" in hopes of pointing children to their Heavenly Father.
The book goes on sale Oct. 4, prior to Tomlin's new album that features his single of the same name and the K-LOVE Song of the Year, "Good Good Father."
The book was written by Pat Barrett and Tomlin and is the worship leader's first book for children. more >>
Christian apologist Nabeel Qureshi has shed more light on his cancer prognosis, saying in a video posted online Wednesday that his diagnosis of stage IV stomach cancer presents about a 4 percent chance of surviving another five years.
Qureshi, an author, global speaker and prominent Christian convert from Islam who was once part of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries, announced in a post on his Facebook page last week that he has been diagnosed with advanced stomach cancer and explained that the prognosis was "quite grim."
In a 10-minute video posted to YouTube Wednesday, Qureshi expanded on the details of his diagnosis, revealing that he has stage IV stomach cancer. According to statistics from the American Cancer Society, the five-years survival rate for individuals with stage IV stomach cancer is 4 percent. more >>
Comedian Amy Schumer has emerged as an apologist against divorce and adultery, decrying her mother's affair with her friend's dad and describing the heartache it caused in her memoir, The Girl With the Lower Back Tattoo.
Although a funny lady, the 35-year-old stand-up comedian and actress who stars in the Comedy Central series "Inside Amy Schumer," doesn't think adultery and divorce are a laughing matter.
A millennial entrepreneur has launched a book company for the express purpose of teaching the Bible and core tenets of Christianity to babies and toddlers.
Danielle Hitchen, a work-at-home mom of two living in the Washington D.C. metro area, was frustrated with the lack of resources aimed at teaching the theological basics of the Christian faith to babies and toddlers so she decided to develop her own. To that end, Hitchen founded Catechesis Books in February, and is set to launch a series of books to catechize the next generation. The first one to be produced is titled Bible Basics: A Baby Believer Counting Primer and is scheduled for release in early December.
"One of the things that makes Bible Basics unique is that it goes beyond Bible stories to actual theology," Hitchen said in a phone interview with The Christian Post on Monday. more >>
The release date of "The Winds of Winter" (TWOW), the sixth novel of George R. R. Martin's epic fantasy series "A Song of Ice and Fire" (ASOIAF), puzzled fans for several years now. A page of an Amazon shop suggests that the highly anticipated book will come out early next year.
Is TWOW Finally Coming?