There are cars and trucks parked outside the Dirty Shame when I go past - mostly trucks - and it looks warm and inviting, a glow in the night woods.
- Rick Bass
My two copies are on their way, according to Amazon.com! I ordered them so long ago that I, for a minute, thought that the email they sent me was an error...until I realized it was re your book.
Can't wait to go purchase mine...yep, no online buying for me, I am actually planning a day to go to the bookstore so I can tell the checker outer: "I KNOW HIM!!!!!" Congrats, my friend!
Many, many congratulation.
Congratulations!! I'll look around here in Singapore and hope I can get to read it! (: And I love the cover!
Excited...veddy, veddy excited for you. And for me. Because I can't wait to get it!
Well that puts September back into the positive doesn't it?! Thrilled for you; your family, and all who will have the privilege to read it!
I love the title. I like doing that! It just moved to the top of the list.
Indeed - congrats, John. Well done. I look forward to reading your work in book form.
Congratulations, John! I can't wait to get my hands on this little gem.
Congrats, man. I am going to go buy a copy tomorrow!
Congrats, my friend. Godspeed!
I was reading the Amazon reviews and realized your story accomplishes what I wanted to accomplish during my band's 2008 Christmas concert. My concert was inspired by the song "What a Strange Way to Save the World" and my narrators were the three kings. Concert goers also saw a brief enactment of what Joseph's mother may have said to him upon learning he intended to marry the young, pregnant Mary -- a mother would be concerned about that, I thought. After intermission we had a Today-show style interview with King Herod, who really tried to vindicate himself. The show ended with our own version of "Jesus Messiah" while our actors finally arrived at Christ's manger. I finally ordered the book, and am excited to read it!