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Welcome to Ignatius Press Novels!

August 12, 2013 8:00 am | 1 Comment

We want to extend a warm welcome to all of those who’ve dropped by the site, liked and shared our introductory post on Facebook, and (happy crew!) joined our monthly mailing list.

Please explore the site! There are dozens of novels to browse and add to your shelf, or you might want to see the varied and extensive cadre of authors Ignatius Press has published over the years.

And don’t miss our slowly rolling-out Book Clubs project. Over the coming weeks we’ll be releasing discussion guides for additional books, but we need your feedback! Your interest will help us decide which books to feature and how to improve discussion of Ignatius Press novels. Pick up a title and include it in your current book club, start a new book club at your library or parish, or even just use the guides as a discussion starter between a few fiction-loving friends. We’re excited to see how people use this free resource. (Oh, did I not mention it’s free?)

Last, but not least, add this blog to your reading list! We’re calling it Novel Thoughts. There are a few things here now, and we’ll continue to update with author interviews, thoughts from Ignatius Press authors themselves, and wider literary discussion. See you in the comboxes.

Dan at Ignatius

Dan at Ignatius

Dan is the web editor of Ignatius Press Novels, and works with the Press in many areas of its internet marketing and outreach.


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  1. August 24, 2013 at 5:04 pm

    Hooray! Just stumbled on the site/blog today and am so excited! Well done! Can’t wait to read along and see what else you’ve got planned. Thank you so much for answering the call to re-invigorate Catholic arts and letters. :)

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