Read any good books lately?

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Last month my friend and go-to geek extraordinaire Peter Pollock (he helped me create this site and and his web hosting company also hosts this site) asked his readers What book would you recommend and why?

Obviously, my first recommendation was Snow Day by Billy Coffey followed by Paper Angels by Billy Coffey (available November 2011). But since Peter has already read one of those, I recommended another book from another great storyteller. His name is Vince Antonucci and the book is called “I became a Christian and all I got was this lousy t-shirt”. Peter asked me to elaborate on why I would recommend this book and has generously offered me a guest post to do so. I’ve also included an excerpt from the book, which I’ve posted here before. Even if you don’t read my review, I encourage you to read the excerpt about Vince’s teddy bear. I’ve read it countless times and it never fails to encourage me.

You can read my full review over at Peter’s place. Hope to see y’all over there.

P.S. – Vince also wrote another book called “Guerilla Lovers”, which is also a great read.

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4 Responses to “Read any good books lately?”

  1. *~Michelle~* November 18, 2010 at 6:08 am #

    Thanks to yours truly……

    I really really enJOYed Plan B by Pete Wilson. Fantastic!

    Another great one is Crazy Love/Francis Chan.

    OK,….off to Peter’s place.

  2. Kathy November 18, 2010 at 11:33 am #

    You sent me this book & I’ve read it numerous times. It’s definitely up there in the top 5 of my favorite books ever!

  3. A Simple Country Girl November 18, 2010 at 12:58 pm #

    Looks to be interesting and I hope to catch up with you over there soon.


  4. Peter P November 18, 2010 at 4:44 pm #

    Thank you for your kind words.

    I appreciate you very greatly!

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