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Book Review: Notes To Self: Stream Of Consciousness

Notes To Self:  Stream Of Consciousness, by Tim Yearneau [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by BooksGoSocial/Net Gallery/the author.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] This review is what happens when an author goes above and beyond … Continue reading

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Every Man His Own Businessman

It started out innocently enough.  I was minding my own business, drinking sweet tea and reading a book on the textual criticism of the writings of Jane Austen [1] while sitting at the bar of a local restaurant when a … Continue reading

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Thirteen Reasons Why You Should Read The Apostolic Fathers

As we come to the conclusion of our brief examination of the Apostolic Fathers, I would like to briefly discuss thirteen reasons why you should read the Apostolic Fathers.  Some of these are likely to be recapitulations of previous comments, … Continue reading

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Book Review: Mark Twain For Cat Lovers

Mark Twain For Cat Lovers:  True And Imaginary Adventures With Feline Friends, edited by Mark Dawidziak I’m not sure the extent that I could be considered a cat lover.  I’m not someone who has tended to ever have a lot … Continue reading

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Book Review: Mark Twain’s Guide To Diet, Exercise, Beauty, Fashion, Investment, Romance, Health And Happiness

Mark Twain’s Guide To Diet, Exercise, Beauty, Fashion, Investment, Romance, Health And Happiness, collected and edited by Mark Dawidziak Before wandering around my library working for books recently, I did not know who Mark Dawidziak was, but apparently he has … Continue reading

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An Imaginary Failed Book Proposal Conversation About The Didache

I’m glad you were interested in talking with me about the book proposal my congregation’s leadership team had come up with.  I understand that you’re a busy publisher and I did not want to waste your time with a book … Continue reading

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An Imaginary Conversation Between Barnabas And A Publisher

Thank you for coming into my office today.  Your name is Barnabas, right?  I thought so.  Anyway, I think you know why I invited you here to talk about the latest book proposal that we have been working on.  Excuse … Continue reading

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Book Review: How To Be A Perfect Christian

How To Be A Perfect Christian:  Your Comprehensive Guide To Flawless Spiritual Living, by the Babylon Bee [Note:  This book was a complementary gift for joining the Waterbrook/Multnomah Book Launch team.  No review was required, but of course I’m reviewing … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Bro Code For Parents

The Bro Code For Parents:  What To Expect When You’re Awesome, by Barney Stinson with Matt Kuhn This may be the worst parenting book of all time [1].  In looking at this book, I had a hard time thinking of … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Bro Code

The Bro Code, by Barney Stinson with Matt Kuhn Although my knowledge of and fandom of the late CBS sitcom How I Met Your Mother is at best slight [1], this book does fit in with a genre of books … Continue reading

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