A Letter of Comfort and Hope
to a Grieving Nation
In the United States, we celebrate President's Day on Monday, February 17, 2014, to commemorate the birthdays of both George Washington, the first president of the United States, whose actual birthday is February 22nd, and Abraham Lincoln, who signed the document that ended slavery in the United States, whose actual birthday is February 12th.
On this patriotic day, I'm celebrating by offering Dear America: A Letter of Comfort and Hope to a Grieving Nation at a discounted price.
I wrote Dear America in the days and first few weeks following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. The book was published in print by Ampelos Press six months later on March 11, 2002. The Kindle edition released on its tenth anniversary, in 2012.
While the events of September 11th inspired the book, the information in it is timeless. In Dear America, you'll find:
- 10 Things I've Learned About Grief: practical thoughts and information to help you or a friend through the loss of a loved one.
- An intriguing Q & A section answering such questions as "Do Muslims and Christians worship the same God?" and "How can we know if Christianity is true?"
- Ten practical tips to help beginners start reading and understanding the Bible.
- A fascinating presentation of the Bible in only five acts!
Dear America will be on sale:
- Tuesday, February 12, through Saturday, February 15, for only $ .99!
- Then on Sunday, February 16, through Tuesday, February 18, for $1.99.
Don't have a Kindle? No problem. Your computer, tablet, or phone can be your Kindle reader with a download of a free app from Amazon. Find links to Kindle apps here.
I hope you'll grab your copy of Dear America this week and share this sale info with a friend who may also benefit from it. This small book has been called "inspiring," "practical," and "uplifting." If you find it so, please leave a note as a review on Amazon to let others know. Thank you.
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And my God bless America.