Could I Vote for a Mormon for President?, by sociologists Ryan T. Cragun and Rick Phillips, is now on sale!
Steven L. Peck's haunting novella of existential horror, A Short Stay in Hell, was released March 23, 2012!
Therese Doucet's essay "Farzad, Son of Glory" has been listed in Best American Essays 2011 as one of the notable essays of 2010!
ShopVisit Our Amazon.com Store
Books from other publishers that may be of interest to our readers.
Recent Blog Posts
Author Archives: Therese
Could I Vote for a Mormon for President? An Election-Year Guide to Mitt Romney’s Religion, by sociologists of religion Ryan T. Cragun and Rick Phillips, is now on sale. It’s available in original trade paperback ($12.95) and eBook ($3.99) formats. The audiobook version … Continue reading
Author Steven L. Peck’s critically well-received novella, A Short Stay in Hell, releases today. It’s available in simultaneously released hardcover ($21.95), trade paperback ($11.95), and eBook ($2.99) formats. The audiobook version will be available in April. A Short Stay in Hell … Continue reading
Strange Violin Editions is entering the world of brick-and-mortar bookstores. Beloved indie bookseller The King’s English Bookshop in Salt Lake City is going to be making A Lost Argument available on its shelves. So, Salt Lakers, next time you’re in … Continue reading
Popular atheist blog The Friendly Atheist posted about A Lost Argument on Wednesday and will be giving a free copy of the book away to a random commenter. (Hemant Mehta is the man behind the blog, and you should definitely … Continue reading
There’s a review of A Lost Argument up on the Main Street Plaza blog (which describes itself as “A Community for Anyone Interested in Mormonism”). Check it out!
A Lost Argument now has a page on Goodreads. We’ll be doing a free book giveaway on the Goodreads site from September 26 through October 24. Don’t forget to sign up!
Watch this space for news and updates about Strange Violin Editions.