Like To Read? Don’t Miss This Opportunity! is sponsoring “Read an E-Book Week” starting Sunday, March 4th and running through Saturday, March 10th.

I have decided to participate and will be offering my book (Things I Never Learned in Sunday School) for $1.00. Yes, you read that correctly. One Dollar (regularly $3.99 @ Smashwords and $3.49 @ Amazon).

Perhaps this is the first time you’ve heard of my book — or perhaps you’ve been thinking of reading it but weren’t sure you’d like what it might contain.

Either way, here’s your chance to download it for a measly dollar. Even if you end up not liking it, what’s one dollar in today’s economy? And you can always delete it off your computer/tablet/phone and no one will be the wiser. 🙂

Of course if you do decide to take a chance … and end up LIKING it (!) … I would always appreciate a review on Amazon and/or Smashwords.

P.S. If you’d like to learn more about what the book is about, visit

Things I Never Learned in Sunday School


16 thoughts on “Like To Read? Don’t Miss This Opportunity!

  1. Your book is well written, full of humor and intelligence. I highly recommend it to people who are searching for answers, looking for a darned good argument or just those who have eclectic interests!


  2. Got it on paperback. I think I’d like this laying around the house in case the kids ever get a notion to join something they know nothing about.


  3. I am dl-ing this book as I write this.

    You, umm, have any advice for someone who has written a couple of books but never tried to publish? Besides quit putting it off… 🙂


    • What format is your book currently in? If PDF, it should be fairly easy to use Amazon to publish. If you go to the Smashwords website, they will tell you how to publish your book through them. Plus they will list it with other book sellers.

      It’s a bit of a ego-boost to have your book accepted by a publisher, but nowadays, it’s pretty much next to impossible unless you know somebody who knows somebody who knows … you get my drift.

      My primary word of advice is if you self-publish … get someone to proofread your manuscript!!! There are way too many people who go this route and their books are junk simply because of all the grammar and spelling errors.

      You’re welcome to email me if you have more questions.


      • I have read and re-read, restructured sentences for better flow, till I was crosseyed 🙂

        Right now I guess it’s PDF.

        If/when I get a bit more serious about this, I’ll holler at you. Right now one of my biggest hangups is I need a lot of graphics/illustrations for one of them. And I’m hung up there honestly. I have dl-d GIMP, but geez louise it is learning an entire new world and I haven’t the time for it right now lol.

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