Check out what's creating a buzz in the religion and spirituality publishing world today, from a book on Queen Elizabeth’s faith coming out this April to X-Files star Gillian Anderson’s self-help book that includes “spiritual tools.”
Marking Queen Elizabeth's 90th birthday this April, a new book on the monarch is coming from the Bible Society, the church group HOPE, and the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity (LICC). In the foreword to The Servant Queen and the King She Serves, Her Majesty thanks God for his “steadfast love," according to the Mirror U.K.
Reports over at the Frisky indicate that Gillian Anderson’s self-help book WE: A Manifesto for Women Everywhere includes “tools that are practical, psychological, and spiritual.” The book, co-written with journalist Jennifer Nadel, is coming from Simon & Schuster in September.
A British-born Muslim writer living in Toronto discussed her new mystery series that follows a Muslim detective. Loosely based on the 2006 terrorist plot in Toronto, Ausma Zehanat Khan’s book The Language of Secrets came to her after researching the most extreme forms of jihadist ideology. "I couldn't understand how young men raised in Canada would harm their fellow citizens based on their reading of Muslim tradition," the author told The Denver Post.