Heaven’s Prey: My Novel

I’m expecting a book! Yes, I hope for grandchildren when the time’s right, but I’m excited to finally see some of my “imaginary friends” come to life in print (or e-print). Over the next few months, I’ll introduce them to you.

The novel’s called Heaven’s Prey and it’s Christian fiction. Choose NOW Publishing  plans to release it in November.  Here’s the tag line:

A grieving woman is abducted by a dangerous offender—and it may be the answer to her prayers.

It’s about a serial killer’s last chance at redemptionnot the gentle inspirational read many associate with the Christian genre. I’ve aimed for a suspense level similar to Brandilyn Collins or Terri Blackstock. Not as intense as Ted Dekker or Steven James.

Like this sort of thing? Great! I hope you’ll read it and spread the word.

Not your cup of tea? No worries! I hope you’ll tell your friends who might enjoy it.

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I’m excited to be working with Choose NOW Publishing. As well as their new line of issue-driven books for adults and teens, Choose NOW Ministries has a popular radio show/podcast and a website filled with resources for parents and teens, specializing in hot button issues  and empowering teens to make good choices. Stop by and check it out!

12 thoughts on “Heaven’s Prey: My Novel

        1. Janet Sketchley

          Thanks, Pam. I love suspense too, but only “light” suspense. My thriller-reading days are done, and this one’s more intense than I usually read. God has a sense of humour.

  1. glynisb

    Yes, Janet. On this premise alone, I have major curiosity. Your book sounds wonderful. Love Terri Blackstock. Congratulations…can’t wait to read Heaven’s Prey. And sign me up for a print hard copy. I want to cuddle it, like

    1. Janet Sketchley

      I hope I’ll be bringing consignment copies to the Write! Canada bookstore next year! Cuddling books. I get that. And I’ll certainly be cuddling my own copy! This is a lifetime dream, coming true. God is so good.

    1. Janet Sketchley

      I’m actually reworking the next one, Elsie. It’s finished but needs some tweaking. It’s a companion story more than a sequel. One book with a serial killer, and I really didn’t want to think about him anymore. 🙂 Although I do. They all stay in my head.


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