The Pearl publishes curiously good Kingdom literature, including fiction and non-fiction books.


Lawless anthology book cover

Welcome to Covenant, a post-apocalyptic, dystopian Earth where technological advancement has come to a jarring halt and resources are sparse. The Journeymen, a group of people chosen by a mysterious deity called Donumdonair, must struggle through treacherous deserts inhabited by two tyrannical tribes─the fierce Desperados and The Order of Kosmoa. The Journeymen must fight against the destruction and desires of the world around them as they strive to survive.

Inspired by the book of Judges, watch as Donumdonair chooses the most unlikely heroes to showdown with demons, triumph over armies, and fight the galactic battles that rage around and in them.

Presented by The CompanyLawless showcases the work of fourteen emerging Christian authors. Featuring short stories by Chris Babcock, Jonathan Babcock, Abigail Bales, Anita DeVries, Elijah Fitz, Megan Flahive, Katelyn Flatt, Nicole Gusto, Vannah Leblank, Drake McDonald, Brad Pauquette, Alli Prince, Matthew Sampson, and Thirzah.


The Librarian's Ruse by Thirzah

The Librarian’s Ruse



Amelia’s peaceful life as a librarian is cut short when she and her older brother Leon are sent on an errand to Eldnaire, the capital city of the vicious Vilnarian Empire. After witnessing a crime carried out in the woods, Amelia and Leon enter the capital only to be faced with an impossible choice: tell the truth and risk imprisonment, or lie and face far worse if they’re caught.

One deception leads to a dozen more, and before she can put an end to the lies, she and Leon are swept up into Vilnaria’s high society. Amelia finds an unlikely ally in Vilnaria’s handsome new ruler, Emperor Kyvir. But as the secrets and scandals continue to pile up and danger closes in on all sides, Amelia must decide once and for all what matters more: the truth…or her life?


Every Bush Afire book cover by Kyle Peters

Every Bush Afire


What if you could live your life in intimate conversation with God? What if you could really hear his voice and see him at work in supernatural ways while going about the everyday stuff of your normal life?

Kyle was a Christian, but a functional deist. Even as a young pastor he was living his life as if God was distant and really not that interested. Then God broke through.

One step at a time, Kyle began to see himself as a loved son, to live in the real embrace of the Father’s heart, and to walk with the Spirit.

Kyle’s story shines a light on a pathway to hear and interact with God in the midst of the mountains, valleys, and even the mundane moments of everyday life. His story will show you the way to a naturally supernatural walk with God, and the path begins right where you are.


Currently, The Pearl publishes book-length work by invitation only. 

We are always accepting short work for publication to our website. Learn more about submitting here.