We can’t promise that any of our books will change lives. But it’s not our job to change lives – the only person who can do that is the Lord himself. Our job is to faithfully keep sharing the good news – and praying that the seeds …
Author Clive Lewis took some Dernier books to Uganda recently (The City Kid, I Want to Be an Airline Pilot, Living in Hope and Under the Tamarind Tree). Clive gave the books to Dickens Zziwa, National Director of Scripture Union.
A New Me is dyslexia friendly – see how easy it is to read? We would like to update all our books, eventually, to this style, to make them as accessible as we can to as many readers as possible.
So, here are the first photos from the book launch! Thanks to everyone who helped make the event a great success! Please pray for all the children who will read this book. Thank you!
All our books (except for the brand new one, A New Me) are available as ebooks on Amazon’s kindle store. So now you can read any book you like anywhere you like in the world. 🙂 Why not read the
Hello, and welcome to the latest Dernier Publishing newsletter! Bold and Courageous What type of videos do you enjoy watching on YouTube? Surfing dogs, other people’s disasters, how-to videos, Tim Vine clips? (Or maybe you have better things to do!
Welcome to the Dernier Publishing Newsletter, November 2017 Launch of the Flying Carpet! We had a great time at the launch of Revenge of the Flying Carpet. Thanks to all who came, young and old! It was great to celebrate
Dernier Publishing Newsletter October 2017 Once again we have reached autumn and harvest time – how time flies, along with the swallows! Hope you have had a good summer. Last weekend I went to stay with my brother, who moved
We had a great time at the Christian Resources Together event at The Hayes Conference Centre, Swanwick, last week. This event is so everyone in the Christian book/card/gift trade can meet together. Suppliers have exhibition stands, retailers from Christian bookshops
Dear Friends and Supporters, Thank you for reading this! And thank you so much for all your prayers for Dernier – please be assured they are making a massive difference. We are finding more and more outlets to get the
Oh dear, I forgot to post July’s newsletter, after sending it to subscribers. Sorry! 🙁 Some of it is still relevant, at least, so do have a read! Getting Books Out of Boxes A couple of weeks ago I did
The book launch of ‘Rebecca and Jade: Choices’ took place on a sunny day in Hay-on-Wye during the Hay Festival. Thanks to all who came, and congratulations to author Eleanor Watkins on her 44th book release! Here are a few
Sadness and Gladness Manchester I was planning on writing something completely different this month, but the news of the tragedy in Manchester has eclipsed all other thoughts. It’s difficult to find the words to say. Even though we may not
Here’s your invite to the launch of Rebecca and Jade: Choices! Hope to see you there! Save
The books have arrived from the printer, ready for the launch! I made a video as I unpacked them: They look really good! You can order them from your local Christian bookshop, or direct from our website by clicking here.
New book arriving shortly from the printer . . . hope all will be OK! I always get a bit nervous at this point – once we had to send a whole batch back because the margins were wrong .
Delighted that some of our books have reached Star School in Rwanda, courtesy of author Mary Weeks Millard, who visited recently. Seeing photos like these is like seeing a dream come true. I couldn’t quite see that far when I
Welcome to the Dernier Publishing Newsletter, February 2017 Thanks for being here again, reading our news, and for all your support and prayers. We simply wouldn’t be here without you. Yesterday I heard that one of the big Christian publishers
Hello again, and welcome to the final Dernier newsletter of 2016! Thank you all once again for supporting Dernier through another year. 2016 was a challenging year for me, as my mum’s dementia worsened and she passed away in the
I first started writing Christian fiction for young people when I couldn’t find novels to buy for the kids in our church youth club (11-14s) from a non-church background. I was looking for something fast moving, fun, where it was
Sorry it’s a very late newsletter! Just a few quick bit of news to keep you up to speed with all that’s new . . . Over the last few weeks I’ve loved watching the new sparrow babies running round
Know a child who struggles with sight loss? Torch Trust* has made some of our books available in Braille, audio and large print versions for anyone who needs a bit of extra help to enjoy stories. The first of the
New Life in Christ! According to statistics, 90% of adults attended church as children. With that in mind, it’s obvious that we urgently need to reach out to our own children! We mustn’t sit back and assume our children will
Welcome to the February Newsletter! Books in Schools I spoke to a chaplain of a school last week (a school with a Christian ethos, according to their website) who told me that the librarian wouldn’t want Christian books in the
Happy New Year everyone! May the Lord bless you this year with every blessing in Christ! Thanks for praying First of all, thank you all so much for praying during the month of December – I’m truly grateful to all
Welcome to the final Dernier Publishing newsletter of 2015! A Month of Prayer Requests Our books are out there, all over the world, sowing seeds. But we need to pray – we can provide the books, but we can’t touch
Spam, Ham and Babycham! Those of you who are my friends on facebook may have seen this photo . . . I found these items when clearing out my mum’s kitchen! Anyone remember greasy spam fritters? The jelly in the
Welcome to the October 2015 Dernier Publishing newsletter! Spam, Ham and Babycham Those of you who are my friends on facebook may have seen this photo . . . I found these items when clearing out my mum’s kitchen! Anyone
“Home Is Where The Heart Is” Seeing images of desperate refugees on our TV screens reminds us that we should all have a home. Our hearts especially go out to the children, fleeing with nothing, frightened and exhausted. “Home is
The Unknown Time Can you believe it’s harvest time already? This year the farmer who owns the field opposite our home used a new combine harvester – it was enormous, noisy and terrifying; as it thundered past on the other