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Meet Sally Lloyd-Jones, The Most Successful Christian Author You’ve Never Heard Of

How do you get kids to read one of the world’s oldest books? Ask Sally Lloyd-Jones, whose The Jesus Storybook Bible recently passed the critical mark of 1 million copies sold.

  • Sarah Pulliam Bailey |
  • December 03, 2013 |
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The Sinners’ Garden Not Glamorous, but Adequate

There’s a thread of magical realism coursing through William Sirls’ latest novel, The Sinners’ Garden.

No One to Trust Can be Trusted to Entertain

Summer’s husband swore he’d never lie to her. She believed him . . . until the morning she woke up to find a gun in her face.

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • November 20, 2013 |
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Spirit Fighter is Serviceable Storytelling

Reading Jerel Law’s recent novel Spirit Fighter was like a blast to my Frank Peretti-reading past (minus all the nightmares, thankfully).

  • Christa Banister |
  • November 18, 2013 |
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Allegiant Mostly Succeeds in Meeting Readers’ Great Expectations

Truth be told, it’s a tall order to leave longtime fans satisfied when it involves the end of a beloved series.

  • Christa Banister |
  • November 07, 2013 |
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Set Free: A Legacy of Life and Forgiveness

Stephen Owens was 12 years old when he found his father badly beaten with a tire iron and struggling for his life on the floor of their home.

Innocence Moves at Own Tempo

While the publicity for Dean Koontz’s latest novel promises a “game-changing” twist for the veteran thrill-master, the reality of the situation isn't quite as dramatic.

The Broken Window Puts Christian Spin on Teen Drama

Prissie is a fairly typical Christian fourteen-year-old: she goes to school, goes to church, works in the family bakery, and hangs out with angels.

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • October 15, 2013 |
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The Promise Keeps its Word

That day, like every other day, Tom Anderson got ready for work, said goodbye to his family, and went off to . . . a local coffee shop.

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • October 15, 2013 |
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Third Time’s Truly the Charm For Michael Vey in Battle of the Ampere

For any reader, there’s no greater joy than finding that one series that keeps you up until the wee hours of the night to finish.

  • Christa Banister |
  • September 30, 2013 |
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Finding Freedom in Forgiveness

With eighteen stories, you might think the theme of forgiveness would run stale after a few chapters, but each testimony is unique.

Trapped A Thrilling Ride From Start to Finish

A sixteen-year-old girl all alone in a St. Louis blizzard. A worried older sister wondering what she did to make the troubled teen—the only family she has—run away.

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • September 25, 2013 |
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Memory’s Door Quick and Compelling

James Rubart’s Memory’s Door is a trippy, layered concoction, that’s also a compelling commentary on the state of evangelical Christianity in the post-Christian era.

Fifteen Minutes A Clever Character-Study

If you had a shot at making your dreams come true . . . at using the gifts God gave you for His glory . . . would you take it?

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • September 16, 2013 |
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The Lost Medallion Finds a Home in Print

Most people know it’s only a matter of time before a popular book becomes a movie. The silver screen has a habit of capitalizing on anything the literary market happens to pull out.

Anomaly Stands Out in a Crowd of Dystopian YA Novels

While literary trends tend to be a little unpredictable, the popularity of dystopian YA (young adult) novels has steadily soldiered on.

Singularity Steps Toward Sci-Fi Territory

Last fall, acclaimed suspense-master Steven James introduced a new character to fans already acquainted with his Patrick Bowers series of crime thrillers.

Welcome to Last Chance Welcomes Readers

It’s every woman’s nightmare . . . all alone on a dark highway in the middle of nowhere in a car that’s only one sputter away from total breakdown.

Homeless at Harvard An Insightful Experiment

It’s curious to think that just beyond the perfectly manicured lawns of the country’s most prestigious Ivy League schools, lies a thriving homeless community who calls Harvard Square home.

Road Trip to Redemption Sappy, but Sweet

When the going gets tough . . . the tough go on a road trip. Brad Mathias figured his middle child’s moodiness was just a typical teenage thing, until the night things changed forever.

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