If you end up being interested in the book, you can now buy “Penguins” as a $2.99 Kindle book, or a NookBook. If you’d like to buy an autographed and inscribed hard copy for $12.99 (plus $3 s & h), you can do so via the “A Real Book!” box in the right hand sidebar, or by visiting this page.
If you’d like to read a little of the basically unbelievable background of the publishing of this book, see my post Penguins, My “Blasphemous Christian Book,” Finally Returns Home.
I wrote Penguins because (having just converted), I almost desperately wanted something Christians could give to their non-Christian friends and associates by way of proving to them that just because you’re a Christian doesn’t mean you’re insane. So I knew the book had to be short, funny, and directly answer the main big complaints that most non-Christians have against Christians and Christianity.
Anyway, thanks to PCA’s Roger McClellan for the great review.
Oh, to sort of catch up generally: Xtranormal.com is now running an interview with me. I don’t want to give anything there away, but in the interview I do use the name Throckmorton Nutzenbeer, try to champion the word bloog, reference bladder fiddles, and go on a bit about my favorite TV show no one’s ever heard of. So, you know.
My review of Hop is now on HuffPo’s Entertainment page.
“The Smith Family Chronicles 7: “Have You Forgotten Our Love?” is now on HuffPo’s religion page.
And I need haircut. But that’s really neither here nor there.