EMANUEL PUBLISHING has been around for eight years with the idea of establishing a website for self-published books. This Company was put on an official footing in December 2008 in order to help facilitate the sales of Ruth Johnson’s ‘Hearts Desire Series’ of which there are now two books published, and a third expected to be out by early 2012. Find out more about Emanuel Publishing’s vision and aims from the menu.
EMANUEL PUBLISHING funds projects through the sales of their books that reach out to the marginalised of the UK and abroad.
YOUR CHARITY We are at present in negotiation with other charity organisations to help fund their causes by the sales of the Hearts Desire books from their websites. If you would like to be part of this outreach to bring people to know the Father’s love in both reading the Heart’s Desire books and bringing in funding for your charity please contact us.
SELF-PUBLISHED AUTHORS whose books have a Christian bias if you would like to advertise on this site please read ‘Advertise your book’ for details.
The Hearts Desire Series
Ps.37:3-4: “Trust in the Lord and do good; dwell in the land and enjoy safe pasture; Delight yourself in the Lord and he will give you the desires of your heart. Commit your way to the Lord and trust in him and he will do it."
Endorsed by Kingsway Publications as “A very enjoyable read – totally absorbing”
Other reviews have included: “A thoroughly delightful romance packed with believable characters and strong plot.”
“I was up half the night because I wanted to know the end;”
”I loved it and have passed it on to my Mum;”
"I barely noticed the journey home I was so engrossed;”
“the story so gripped me I couldn’t put it down; and I thought Christianity was boring.”
‘Jill’ is a sensational read from beginning too end’‘
With Jane, Ruth was just warming up.'
'I was ‘captivated’ up to the last page. Who said this was just for women?”
“What an exciting novel, so much more than a romance, even on a second reading I couldn’t put it down.”
“It was difficult to proof read, because I kept getting caught up in the plot.”