Even Before Publishing is one of the largest independent Christian publishers in Australia publishing about 15 titles per year. We aim to encourage new writers, support the Christian writing industry and create books that you will enjoy and find inspiring in your Christian walk. We also have many books that can be used as evangelical tools, to support new Christians and some more theological or academic Christian books.

We sell books online via Light the Dark, the Australian Christian party plan and online Christian bookstore, or you can find our books at your local Christian book shop. Just ask for Wombat Books or Even Before Publishing titles, by Aussie authors!

We publish fiction including Christian books for women. Many of our books have elements of romance, suspence or mystery. Children's books we publish include the new and growing series, The Car Park Parables, and the Invisible Tree series which is published under Wombat Books.

chartertoredemptionesCharter to Redemption

D.J. Blackmore

ISBN: 978-1-921632-88-4

$19.99 paperback

Release date: 1 May 2014

Debut author DJ Blackmore brings a new novel about early colonial Australian life, convicts, soldiers and ladies.

signpoststohappinessesSignposts to Happiness

Ray Hawkins

ISBN: 978-1-921632-73-0

$9.95 paperback

Release: 1 May 2014

These devotional meditations are 'Signposts' for travellers engaged in the journey of life.

Spotlight on fiction

tangledsecretsmedTangled Secrets

Carol Preston

ISBN: 978-1-922074-31-7

$17.95 paperback

Winner of the 2013 CALEB Award - Booksellers' Choice

In tragic circumstances Beth and her brothers are left in England to grow up without their parents. When Beth's childhood dream to be reunited with her father in Australia finally eventuates she finds that dreams do not always come true.


Spotlight on Christian living

finelinesesFine Lines

Aliki Flodine

ISBN: 978-1-921633-65-2

$16.95 paperback

Jesus said 'the truth will set you free' (John 8:32). We assume that the opposite is also true—lies bring bondage. If a lie is obvious, the need for correction is obvious. However, the line between truth and error can be deceptively fine—almost unperceivable.


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