Flight School by Elisha Press: Christian Novels for 12 to Adult

flight-schoolLooking for some good Christian fiction?

If you've read The Sparrow Found A House by Jason McIntire (Elisha Press, 2013), you'll already know his style: Real-life situations addressed with equal parts humor and biblical wisdom. It's a combination reviewers find powerful. They've used the words intriguing, believable, captivating, and unique – among many others – to describe his writing. The Sparrow Found a House (which is available as a free Kindle download from Elisha Press) was also endorsed by Exodus Mandate, the prominent homeschooling action group. It tells the story of the Rivera-Sparrows, a newly-blended and newly-homeschooling family facing opposition from without and within.

Today Elisha Press is announcing the release of a sequel to The Sparrow Found A House – and to celebrate, they're giving away signed copies to four randomly-selected winners. You can enter the giveaway here, or go ahead and order the book on Amazon. It's $2.99 for the Kindle version, or $9.99 for the 256-page print edition.

Flight School follows the Rivera kids as they meet new friends, explore careers, and encounter the challenges and choices that come with adult life. As a homeschool graduate himself, Jason knows the things that matter most to homeschoolers, and how to write about those things in a way that will edify, resonate, and entertain.

“If you like Flight School,” Jason says, “thank God. If you don't like it, blame me.”

Enter the giveaway, or buy a copy now.

Homeschooling families love reading books together where everyone can enjoy in a good story young and old. So when we find good ones that don't assault the senses we like to share.

Elisha Press is a group of Christian authors who have published such novels based upon…Phillippians 4:8

About the Book:

On the verge of adult life, Chris Rivera is eager to get started on his career as a director of Christian movies. But he'll have to do it without his best friend Ben, who has traded childhood toys for law books… and a very pretty study partner.

Meanwhile, Jessie is getting a lot of attention from conservative neighbor John and trendy friend Galen – each of whom, for drastically different reasons, seems a little too good to be true.

In the face of hard questions and big temptations, how do you know which choice is right? And where do you get the courage to make it?

While Flight School can be read as a standalone you can also pick up the prequel The Sparrow Found a House (which is available as a free Kindle download from Elisha Press).

 

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