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Blogging for Books

Posted by on Nov 15, 2010 in books | 4 comments

Blogging for Books

Do you like to read books? Do you want to get free books?

If you have a blog, and if you’re willing to write a review, WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group will send you free books through their “Blogging for Books” program.

Apparently, the program was around before, but has recently been revamped.

Jump over the site, sign up, and request your first book.

I decided to request Under the Overpass by Mike Yankoski, primarily because the topic looks interesting and because no one has reviewed it on the site yet.

There are several popular books available as well, such as Radical by David Platt and Mere Churchianity by Michael Spencer. I may request one of those books next.


4 Comments

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  1. 11-15-2010

    Alan,

    Thanks for the info. I’m going to sign up.

    As for “Radical” and “Mere Churchianity,” I’ve happened to read them both. Frankly, I thought “Radical” was pretty predictable; it’s folks in a large church doing some things that may seem radical within that American context. “Mere Churchianity” is probably more worth your time.

  2. 11-15-2010

    Eric,

    I wondered if “Radical” was what you described. Thanks.

    I’ve read some interesting things about Spencer’s book, and I look forward to reading it – eventually.

    What book did you request?

    -Alan

  3. 11-15-2010

    Alan,

    I’ve decided to review “Churched” by Matthew Turner.

  4. 11-16-2010

    Eric,

    Great! I look forward to your review!

    -Alan