Going off the rails today, y’all.
My boy Jason Boyett is writer. A good one. A funny one. A published one. He’s kind of who I want to be when I grow up both as a writer and as a human being. I’m way behind though since I’m older than he is. *kicks rocks* I’ve listened to his “O’ Me of Little Faith” on audiobook four times. I don’t do anything four times. Jason is profound, transparent and humorous when dealing with issues of doubt in faith. Yeah. You try to pull that off.
Anyhoo, through no fault of his own, Jason finds himself with a garage full of his book “Pocket Guide to the Bible”. I couldn’t even begin to tell you how good this book is.
Okay, sure I can.
It’s hilarious and accurate and looks amazing on a coffee table. Jason is as educated as he is insightful and clever. Pocket Guide to the Bible reflects all of those things. From teens, to those new to the faith, to seasoned spiritual veterans, it really is for everyone.
He’s got 1400 copies and dwindling available. When I say dwindling, I mean I am not the only blogger out there hawking Jason’s book today. He doesn’t even know we’re doing it. Well, maybe he does by now. A couple of people have beat me to it on East Coast Time and the sales are already underway.
You can buy it by the case for your youth group/church, which will make you a superhero of generosity and wisdom. Or you can buy an individual copy for yourself to impress your friends with your depth and eye for insightful humor. Either way, you’ll become better looking and increase your IQ by at least 12 points. I’m pretty sure.
You read those prices correctly because I wrote them correctly. See what I mean about buying them for your church?
Or if you the type of person who needs a properly titled link, here you go:
If you want to go a step further and lay claim to my undying gratitude, then head over to my Twitter and retweet the link.
Be sure to let me know in the comments if you placed an order. You guys are awesome.
What do you need to get out of your garage?