I am planning to purchase this book as a Christmas gift for myself, but I thought rather than just going to Amazon, why not see if anyone at Hub Pages has it posted on his hub and buy it through him. Anyone have it?
http://jg11bravo.hubpages.com/hub/The-P … en-Minutes
Convenient timing. I just wrote this hub this morning. That said, there are much cheaper editions available. I just found it amusing that you posted this topic a few hours after I included the ad in my hub.
My thanks to JG and Rochelle for responding. I did follow through and bought a copy so JG would get credit. Blessings!
Well thank you! Man, that hub of mine is doing good things. Rising Star and now this? I need to write about the history of Christianity more often.
Aw. We can discuss something else if you like, Beth.
No, im sorry... the discussion has been closed. lol
I did wonder if it was a good book. With all this hype I was getting kind of excited about it, but then the discussion was closed and I couldn't find anything out. Just left here in the cold... never to know.
It's not really a "book" so much as a devotional, but for being 500 or 600 years old it's quite popular.
I don't remember the title. My husband worked in Christian publishing for years so Im sure he has. Maybe we even have it, Ill ask.
Worst case, there are Kindle editions for 99 cents.
I don't have a kindle. I cannot buy one so long as there is a library.
I think I have one somewhere, but I do use my Nexus for e-books when I can't find the physical books anywhere. The 400 or so physical books I have laying around don't completely cover my areas of interest, and I'm running out of storage space.
yeah, we have 3 or more shelves out in the garage (which doesn't count boxes of text books) and twice as many shelves in the house. Im realizing lately how stupid this is... it's time to donate to the library. Why I've been moving them from house to house instead of giving them away when we've read them, Ill never know. It's a hoarder's nature I think. I am less so than my husband. i think he has a disease.
I can relate to your husband on that one. Every time I think about getting rid of some of my books I wind up finding one that I want to re-read and it all goes out the window.
I have a paperback copy-- but I might want to read it again, one day. Amazon has it in several editions, including Kindle.
The easiest place to find one (if not online) is a Catholic bookstore.
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