Eddie Jones

Christian Devotions and Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas

Publishing House Description

LPC Books launched its general book publishing division in 2007. Our imprints include: Heritage Beacon Fiction (historical fiction); Firefly Southern Fiction (southern fiction); Bling! Romance (clean romance with something extra); Brimstone Fiction (speculative fiction/fantasy); Straight Street Books (general nonfiction including Christian living, culture and contemporary issues, family and parenting, humor, inspirational, marriage, prayer, spiritual growth, spiritual warfare, and women’s issues); and SonRise Devotionals. In 2016 we launched Lamplighter Mysteries, so if you have a cozy mystery or general murder mystery we’d love to meet with you. 

We’re actively seeking cozy murder mysteries and Christian suspense. Please, no Amish. Additional fiction interests include action and adventure, contemporary, contemporary suspense, futuristic, issues fiction, legal and political thrillers, literary fiction, novellas, romantic suspense, science fiction, suspense, suspense and thriller, thriller and mystery, thriller and supernatural. 

About Eddie:

Eddie Jones is the founder and CEO of Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas. He is also an award-winning author with HarperCollins. Learn more about Eddie at EddieJones.org



Workshops Presented by Eddie:

7 Book Trends in Book Publishing You Need to Know

In 7 Trends in Book Publishing You Need to Know, we will look at the shifting landscape of the book-publishing industry, identify the top 7 trends every author needs to know, and explore ways to grow book sales in 2017. 


Writing Outside of "the Choir"

Jesus told us to go into all the world and preach the gospel, but as Christian writers published predominantly in CBA, our books are too often only read by "the choir." What can we do to further the gospel as Jesus asked of us? How can we get our words, our ideas, our stories into the general market in order to make a difference? What tools do we need and what boundaries must we not cross?