Christian preacher, singer, author, and speaker Sean Feucht signs a brand new deal with Regnery Publishing after his book deal with HarperCollins got cancelled. The new book entitled Bold: Moving Forward in Faith and Not Fear will be released on 26 July this year. You can pre-order the book now.
Feucht writes, "Pleased to announce a new & more favorable book deal with Regnery Publishing! ONLY GOD COULD DO THIS!!! You can preorder my new book "BOLD: Moving Forward in Faith, Not Fear"!!! It would be the most AMAZING blessing!!! "
Earlier, Feucht revealed that HarperCollins refused to publish the book because of his political views. HarperCollinsis is one of the Big Five English-language publishing companies, alongside Penguin Random House, Simon & Schuster, Hachette, and Macmillan. The company is headquartered in New York City and is a subsidiary of News Corp.
Feucht writes on social media, "Just got a call from my publisher @HarperCollins that they are canceling my book because of my political views,." He asserted. "This is nuts!!"
In his latest video, Feuch claimed that he had worked been working on the book for the last three months. "Signed an agreement with the second-largest publisher in the world, HarperCollins. We've been working on it for three months together. [I] have an agreement, had it signed, pretty far into this process, and was just notified today. They're canceling it."
Meanwhile, HarperCollins claims that they have never signed a contract with Feucht. The book was supposed to re-count Feucht's testimony especially in the way he forged through the pandemic with God's help and grace. "Why is there so much resistance to this message? The premise of the book is about boldness and courage. I'm sharing about our journey in the last couple of years, and how the Lord forged this thing in us through many different layers of resistance. So I just thought it was so ironic that, that they would cancel a book on boldness and courage because they didn't have the boldness and courage to publish it," Feucht maintained. "The irony is so rich here."