Reliving the Passion by Walter Wangerin- one of the great Christian writers of our day walks us through the last few days of Jesus' life as expressed by Mark's Gospel.
It is simple with about 2 pages per day, illuminating to one's own part in the story of Jesus' passion and giving ample room for meditation and response to the death and
resurrection of Jesus.
Bread and Wine: Readings for Lent and Easter, edited by Plough
Publishing and the Bruderhoff. Daily readings from C.S. Lewis, Nouwen, Yancy, Buechner, Updike, Willimon, etc.
Split into 3 sections with longer and shorter essays (which allows much skippage and returnage), there are some powerfully succinct writings in this collection, a challenge to any Christian during Lent.
Any standbys you use?