You Can't Judge a Book by Its Cover, but You Can Judge the Cover
Coming soon to a store near you is The Girl in the Orange Dress, a story of struggle with the fatherhood of God by Margot Starbuck. Here's what novelist Lisa Samson had to say about it:
"I haven't felt this much emotion from a memoir since reading Angela's Ashes. Outrage, grief, joy and humor mingle together in Margot Starbuck's book, drawing the reader into her experiences in a way that leaves one feeling neither like judge nor voyeur, just a friend on the journey. Humbly honest, graciously hilarious, evocative, The Girl in the Orange Dress is for anyone who needs to know, really needs to know, how much God loves his children."
We need your help as we bring this book to publication. We have two very different cover designs under consideration. Which would you take home and read? Which tells you what you need to know about the book? Click here to vote at Survey Monkey. Five respondents will be selected randomly to get a copy of the book when it releases in July 2009! (If you work for InterVarsity Press, please don't vote. It's not that we don't care, it's just . . .)
Posted by Dave Zimmerman
at January 6, 2009 5:20 AM