FIRST Wild Card Tour: Mercy Come Morning by Lisa T. Bergren

It is time for a FIRST Wild Card Tour book review! If you wish to join the FIRST blog alliance, just click the button. We are a group of reviewers who tour Christian books. A Wild Card post includes a brief bio of the author and a full chapter from each book toured. The reasonContinue reading “FIRST Wild Card Tour: Mercy Come Morning by Lisa T. Bergren”

Book Review:: Mere Churchianity by Michael Spencer

In his book, Mere Churchianity, Michael Spencer asks a question that has been rattling around my brain for days now: If I were to spend three years with Jesus, what kind of person would I be?  Spencer argues that the disciples who followed Jesus had their worldviews, especially about God, rocked again and again byContinue reading “Book Review:: Mere Churchianity by Michael Spencer”

Guest Post:: I Still Believe in Fantasy by Evangeline Denmark

By Evangeline Denmark I believe in fantasy. In my head that statement sounds kind of like a tentative but stubborn first grader insisting, “I believe in Santa Claus.” The first grader stares down his classmates—those fairy tale killers—and dares them to argue with him. And hopes to St. Nick they won’t. Without consciously recognizing it,Continue reading “Guest Post:: I Still Believe in Fantasy by Evangeline Denmark”

Book Review & Blog Tour:: Treasured by Leigh McLeroy and “God Gave Us” Books by Lisa T. Bergren

Today is an exciting one, folks!  Backseat Writer is participating in its first blog tour—the Tresaured/”God Gave Us” Blog Tour sponsored by Random House/Waterbook Press.  I reviewed Treasued by Leigh McLeroy and enlisted my friend Shari, a children’s literature reviewer for the “God Gave Us” books.  Enjoy the reviews and thank you to Waterbrook forContinue reading “Book Review & Blog Tour:: Treasured by Leigh McLeroy and “God Gave Us” Books by Lisa T. Bergren”

Take 5 with Sarah Zacharias Davis, author of The Friends We Keep

After Backseat Writer reviewed her latest book, The Friends We Keep, Sarah Zacharias Davis, kindly agreed to share more of her insight into the friendships of women with readers (read review).  The daughter of Christian apologist Ravi Zacharias, Sarah has forged her own path into the world of writing.  Brilliant and well-spoken, Sarah Zacharias DavisContinue reading “Take 5 with Sarah Zacharias Davis, author of The Friends We Keep”

Book Review:: The Friends We Keep by Sarah Zacharias Davis

Sarah Zacharias Davis’ new book The Friends We Keep: A Woman’s Quest For the Soul of Friendship (Waterbrook) is your local bookstore’s best kept secret.  If you’re a woman and you have friends, then you need to read this book.  Or if you’re a woman who wants to be a good friend, you need toContinue reading “Book Review:: The Friends We Keep by Sarah Zacharias Davis”