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Book Review ~ American Omens By Travis Thrasher

About the Book “This is your wake-up call, Cheyenne. You’ve been sleeping your whole life, dreaming those dreams. The alarm clock is about to go off, and there won’t be any way to press the snooze button. So just keep walking. Keep breathing. And maybe start believing.” The year is 2038 and Cheyenne Burne is a brilliant young programmer working for Acatour, the world’s top technology firm. Her father converts to Christianity, and he suddenly disappears without trace. When a stranger hands Cheyenne a coded message that sends her on a collision course with a clandestine group of believers, she must put her life in the hands of those following a man known only as the Reckoner. He claims he wants to bring back true faith in Christ to America and also reveal the forces behind the disappearances of many of the renowned people who publicly declared their faith. Operating in the shadows and living off the grid, this mysterious prophet assembles a ragtag team, including a former bookseller whose store was shut down for …

Author Scoop ~ Interview With Travis Thrasher

Travis Thrasher is prolific writer and quite the accomplished author. He’s written numerous books acquired by  publishers in several countries and novelized Christian movies. TBAP reached out to Travis for an interview and he graciously took some time to attend to our questions. Follow our chat below and learn more about this incredible author.     Miranda ~ Hello Travis! Thank you for visiting TBAP. Please tell us a bit about yourself. And, coffee or tea? Travis: I grew up everywhere—from Germany to Australia. Wanted to be a writer since third grade. Wrote my first novel in ninth grade. Have been living in Chicago area since junior year of high school. Currently married and have three daughters. And, I definitely love and need my coffee. Miranda ~ When did you first become a Christian? What led you into a personal relationship with God? Travis: My parents had a massive change when they became believers when I was in third grade. We were in Germany and eventually went back to the States. This impacted me and I became a …