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Tyndale continues Digital-First book program Print Email
Written by Christine D. Johnson   
Monday, 24 December 2012 11:40 AM America/New_York

Tyndale House Publishers is set to release three new titles in January in its Digital-First program, adding to its earlier launch of four e-book-only titles and a series of seven e-book novellas.

The Digital-First program gives Tyndale the freedom to publish more books with emerging authors, supplying readers with additional choices in their favorite genres, including the most popular e-book genre: romance.

“We’re releasing our new titles in January because we want to take advantage of the busy after-Christmas e-book downloads from those who receive e-readers and e-book gift cards for Christmas,” said Jan Stob, senior fiction acquisitions editor.

The new titles range from a prairie romance in Wyoming Territory Claiming Mariah by Pam Hillman; love and the struggle to survive in the midst of World War II in Where Treasure Hides by Johnnie Alexander Donley; and a frustrated modern-day mom’s journey through amnesia in a humorous yet poignant tale about secrets in Mind of Her Own by Diana Brandmeyer. The books will be sold for $7.99 each.