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Chris Travis writes fantasy and speculative fiction. He endeavors to create “miss-your-train-stop stories, the kind that absorb the reader in the happy concentration enjoyed by children at play, mystics in prayer, and artists at work, who forget to eat.” His debut novel, JOSHUA, MONSTER HUNTER, is a middle-grade urban fantasy, a spooky adventure that follows Joshua, foster kid, trouble maker, into the world of monsters. When Chris isn’t trying to figure out how his protagonists can possibly survive, you can find him playing with his kids or hiking in the woods. He lives in New York City with his wife and three little boys.

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Publishers Weekly Reviews InSignificant

InSignificant just received a positive review in Publishers Weekly!

Insignificant Why You Matter in the Surprising Way God Is Changing the World by Chris Travis

“…this book is anything but insignificant…”

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“Our Lord is a foot washer, not a controller.”
Chris Travis, inSignificant: Why You Matter in the Surprising Way God Is Changing the World

“If we saw things clearly, we'd be begging him to be in a relationship with us. Instead, he comes wooing, pursuing, serving. There is no other god who seeks like this, not in heaven or on earth, in truth or in fiction, not in our wildest dreams or imaginings. Only the God of the Bible stoops, whispers, touches gently.”
Chris Travis, inSignificant: Why You Matter in the Surprising Way God Is Changing the World

“The world is a dark place, but the five-o’clock news doesn’t cover the scariest thing about it.”
Chris Travis, inSignificant: Why You Matter in the Surprising Way God Is Changing the World

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