Last month our guest was the wonderful Chris Fabry, and were honored with his insights into the roles persistence and adversity play in the life of an author.
Later this month, we’ll feature NY Times best-selling author Tosca Lee, writer of the critically acclaimed Demon: A Memoir; Havah: The Story of Eve; and Forbidden: The Books of Mortals series with New York Times bestselling author Ted Dekker.
Two things you’ll want to know about Tosca (other than the accolades she has received and deserved.)
First: Her first published book Demon: A Memoir was written around 2000. It sold in a 2006 multi-book deal after nearly six years of rejection.
Second: She gives voices to some of the most controversial people/concepts in Christian –or secular—publishing. Like a demon fallen from grace. The first woman, Eve. And now her newest book focuses on Judas Iscariot.
This book, Iscariot: A Novel of Judas, releases February 5. If it’s like her other books, it will be a beautifully-written bombshell.
Here’s a question for our Novel Matters readers: Which book have you read that gave you the most insight into a character from the Bible?