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This is how I kick off the recently released trailer for my book, Rooftop Reflections. I started sharing it on social media last week, but I realized some of you may not follow me there.
A big THANK YOU goes to David Wasserman and Kenzi Media for their help with this part of my book project.
Here it is!
Rooftop Reflections is officially available on Amazon.com for all the world to see, purchase, and review.
I’m truly praying this book will have an impact on readers which will hopefully result in having an impact on churches, communities, and the world.
This process of writing and launching this book has taken me down a wonderful journey – a journey which has confirmed to me that we are meant to be part of something EXTRAORDINARY. Too many of us are stuck in the ordinary (or at least the perception of ordinary). I know, because this was my story. It all changed when a young youth pastor at my church invited me to go to Guatemala in 2012 with him and a bunch of high school students. I was the guy working in corporate America trying to keep these running smoothly for my family and my life in general.
Purchase your copy of Rooftop Reflections – Missional Thoughts of an Ordinary Guy in an Extraordinary Place TODAY by clicking HERE.
For more information about the book, I’d encourage you to go to the book website at rooftopreflections.com.
My wife and kids will tell you that I’m a bit of a book hoarder. I love getting books in the mail, and I love supporting other authors. I especially love to promote these books when they have an impact on my life.
Despite the fact that I am getting ready to release my own book (December 5th – Rooftop Reflections – go to rooftopreflections.com to find out more information), I have felt disappointment and discouragement regarding my own writing consistency. I’ve allowed the busyness of life and other activities to take me away from my passion for day-to-day writing.
Andi’s new book provided the right encouragement and reminders I needed to take a new look at my writing and my approach to writing.
In Love Letters to Writers, you’ll find 52 chapters or letters designed to challenge and encourage your writing. I love the way each letter spoke to me and brought me back to a place in my writing experience where I thrived. If you are a writer who needs a little (or a lot) encouragement, this book is for you.
If you are not a writer but you are someone who is trying to develop a daily discipline in your life, I think you’ll find Love Letters to Writers helpful.
Pickup a copy of Love Letters to Writers today!