Hey Chicago Friends,
Jen and I need a venue downtown for a book event for Disquiet Time – ideally a groovy space (ecclesial or not) where we could fit 50-100 people on 10/28 or 10/29. It’ll be awesome.
If there is a bar, people will buy drinks.
A little help ovah hee-ah?
Please respond (to firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are in charge of such a space or have a relationship (not necessarily romantic) with someone who does.
C&J&The Disquiet Time Crew
Disquiet Time contributor David Vanderveen, seated atop his stand-up paddle board in the Pacific near his home in Laguna Beach, California, invites readers to engage with the world, the word, the Spirit, and this book.
Follow and respond to David via Twitter @DavidVanderveen and on Facebook.
Pre-order your copy of Disquiet Time HERE.
Amazon may be being fussy with the parent publisher (Hachette) of Disquiet Time at the moment, but folks can still pre-order the book from a multitude of other places.
Barnes & Noble
Fishpond (UK/Australia/New Zealand)
Powells (Portland) where there is a contest where the first commenter wins a free book
Did we mention that we’re Episcopalians?
“Did he put two of every animal in the world on the boat? No. How can I be so sure? Try it. Just try it. It’s impossible. And there is such a word as impossible. It’s impossible to eat the Himalayas.”
“Don’t do bad things, only do good things. Always treat your neighbour like someone who lives near to you. Never put a sock in a toaster. Never put jam on a magnet. Never throw your Granny in a bag. Never suck all the juice out of a vampire. Never lean over on Tuesday…”
That Wendy Grisham of Jericho Books has acquired Disquiet Time for an autumn 2014 release in a deal brokered by Jennifer and Cathleen’s agent, Chris Ferebee.
Stay tuned for more developments…