Monday, August 31, 2015

FLIGHT SCHOOL ~ A Middle Grader story that will intrigue adults ~

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 Jason is offering a GIVE~AWAY

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New Novel From Christian Author Jason McIntire - "Flight School: One Summer, Many Choices"

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.

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A delight to read. I was immediately drawn in when in the first chapter Jason wrote about the CONURES. . .gotta say. . .this gal as a soft spot for Sun Conures, having been owned by a male we called Brooster. . .so Jason, you did a great hook there and I'm not talking parrot bill.
The book is a great story for ages 12 and upward. As an adult, I had no trouble staying interested through to the inevitable THE END! I'm going to have to read Jason's previous story - THE SPARROW FINDS A HOME. . .I have a nearly-nine year old grandson who LOVES chapter books. . .Christmas is coming. . .just sayin', followers! 

Be sure to encourage Jason in his writing endeavors. . .leave a comment and/or GET THAT BOOK!

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