Author Brian Moore featured on WSET 

Dec. 11, 2015

Author Brian Moore was featured on WSET's Heroes from the Heart of Virginia this week. He discussed his book, "Purple Hearts & Wounded Spirits," and his experiences while deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan...

 

Soldier's Story of Faith and Forgiveness in a War Zone Released 

Nov. 11, 2015 

In telling the story of his tours in Iraq and Afghanistan in the wake of September 11, Christian educator turned soldier Sgt. 1st Class Brian D. Moore shows how his experience shaped his relationship with God and his fellow men. His account, “Purple Hearts & Wounded Spirits,” is now available from Liberty Mountain Publishing...

 

Do's and Don'ts of Writing Children's Books 

Jul. 27, 2015 

By: Danielle Dias

Writing a children’s book can be a daunting task. Making sure that you use age-appropriate vocabulary, have a good ending, and — most of all — keep the storyline interesting can be difficult. Here are a few things to keep in mind when writing for children...

 

Former Third Culture Kid Publishes Second Book in Children’s Series

May 21, 2015 

Liberty Mountain Publishing author Carmen Nelson returns with a new book in her series about third culture kids (TCKs). “Jacob & Katie in South Korea” follows two children during their move to South Korea and their first experiences with a new culture — including Kimchi, the subway, and traditional Korean dance...

 

Book Sparks Conversation Between Parents and Children

April 27, 2015

A new children’s book from Liberty Mountain Publishing tackles a subject familiar to parents everywhere: wants versus needs. Author Daniel Price’s own daughter, Rachel, was the inspiration for “Hugs and Kisses are Free” and its lead character shares her name...

 

New Young Adult Novel Opens Window into the Unseen World

Nov. 14, 2014

Liberty Mountain Publishing recently released a new fiction novel for the young adult (YA) audience. “The WordCasters,” written by current Liberty University student Kevin A. Elliott, tells the story of a boy named Timothy Walker, who discovers that his perceived learning disability is actually a gift that could save humanity....

 


Author Q & A: Heather Bradley

Oct. 3, 2014

Heather Bradley’s experiences as a refugee resettlement caseworker, pediatric oncology nurse, waitress, business owner, orphanage worker, and editor have given her a zest for life, people, and sharing stories.

Bradley’s first book, “Getting to Gold,” tells the narrative of a storyteller who befriends the great craftsman Ahavi and finds himself unwittingly drawn into Ahavi’s journey to restore his creation, the mud men, to the Golden City. Liberty Mountain Publishing interviewed Heather Bradley to discuss her first book, where she finds inspiration...


Book Chronicles Professional Soccer Star’s Faith Journey

Sept. 2, 2014

A new book by Liberty Mountain Publishing shares the amazing life of former professional soccer player and Liberty University men's soccer coach William Bell.

"The Light at the End of the Tunnel" -- written by Bell -- tells the unlikely story of how a former Scottish and Leeds United soccer star turned his life around by giving it away to others. Bell, widely considered one of Scotland's greatest soccer players ever, shares his remarkable journey in an autobiography told to journalist and co-author Ron Starner...


First e-book, ‘Getting to Gold’ Released

Feb. 18, 2014

Liberty Mountain Publishing recently released its first e-book, “Getting to Gold” by Heather Bradley. Offered exclusively in e-book format, “Getting to Gold” is a “grown-up parable.” It’s a reimagined allegory of well-known Bible stories such as the creation of man, the entrance of evil into the world, and God’s plan of redemption for mankind. “Getting to Gold” is available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble...


Children’s Christmas Book Benefits Leukemia Patient

Nov. 15, 2013

Liberty Mountain Publishing, Liberty University’s newest book-publishing entity, released its first book this week, “Claire and Anna: The Live Nativity,” by Jonathan Parker. The rhyming children’s book offers a Christmas-themed story; 28 pages of detailed, full-color illustrations; and a cause: the proceeds benefit the author’s niece, Claire Elliot Parker. Claire is a 1-year old who was diagnosed with a rare and aggressive form of leukemia in July....


Liberty debuts Christian living book publishing service

Sept. 16, 2013

Liberty University has launched another arm of its publishing services: Liberty Mountain Publishing, which will specialize in Christian living publications, such as devotionals, self-help/inspirational books, novels, and children’s books. Liberty Mountain Publishing is an extension of Liberty University Press, which publishes academic titles...

 

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