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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 23, 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 16, 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 |
  • October 09, 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.

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 18, 2013 |
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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.

  • Lindsay Williams |
  • September 11, 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.

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.

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.

Wrestling With Tom Sawyer is a Thrill-a-Minute Adventure

Truth be told, I haven’t been a middle-schooler in a long, long time, but that hasn’t hampered my enjoyment of L.L. Samson’s “The Enchanted Attic” series in the least.

All Hail The King

Steven James writes the kind of stories that could be used to teach a course on suspense writing.

Preemptive Love Christianity in Action

It all began with a broken heart. Literally. The heart in question belonged to a little girl who would surely die without surgery.

Afloat Affirms Faith Against Dark Deeds

Suspense and intrigue converge for a full-on murder mystery in Erin Healy’s latest thriller.

Make A Wish on Catch a Falling Star

Kendall has everything. She’s a successful family doctor with a thriving practice, a group of close friends, a great place to live, and a devoted . . . dog.

How to Make Friends and Monsters is Silly and Substantive

Like Judy Blume, Beverly Clearly and J.K. Rowling, journalist Ron Bates knows how to perfectly encapsulate the junior high experience in all its awkward glory.

Moving Miss Peggy Resonates With Readers

Moving Miss Peggy is a gentle true-life telling of that moment when families either band together or fall apart.

Majestic and Wild Lives Up to its Name

It’s helpful to have the “true stories of faith and adventure” subtitle on Majestic and Wild, a new outdoors-themed devotional book from Murray Pura.

Authenticity, Beauty of Second Chances Anchor House That Love Built

Unlike your average romantic comedy where virtually all connection to reality is glossed over in favor of frothy wish fulfillment, The House That Love Built simmers with authenticity.

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