Dateline: 24 March 2014
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I may now officially claim that I wrote an Amazon best-selling book. That’s one of the objectives with a successful book bomb. But, unless by some miracle the book stays up there, I won’t be publicly heralding such a claim. That’s not my style.
I don’t know who all of you are, but I know who some of you are, and I’d like to extend a special thanks to the following people…
Scott Terry at Christian Farm and Homestead Radio mentioned the book on his program last Friday (it was an excellent program that night, by the way), and Scott blogged about it at North Country Farmer.
David the Good let his readers know about my book at Florida Survival Gardening.
Cindy Lewis blogged about it at Modern Christian Homestead
Richard Grossman, The Midland Agrarian, not only spoke well of my book on Scott Terry's radio show, he also posted a very nice blog about it.
Ron Woodburn, at Digging Into Freedom's True Meaning, also posted an insightful blog about the book, introducing his readers to Christian agrarianism (and making the point that there is a connection between Christian agrarianism and freedom).
Archer Garrett let his readers know at The Independent.
And my Aunt Carolyn, who lives in Maine (and who, I sometimes think, must know half the people in that state…including Barbara Bush), posted about my book on her Facebook page.
Five people (so far) took the time to write a wonderful review of the book at Amazon: Tim Inman, Ted Stevens, Nick, "Book in Hand," and Ron Woodburn. Thanks, guys!
If I have left someone out, please let me know.
In conclusion, because of the help of you, my friends, this book has been launched. It has momentum that it wouldn't otherwise have.
I hope that everyone who bought a copy of the book will read it, and enjoy it, and be blessed by it. That is, after all, the whole reason I wrote it.
Thanks again to everyone to helped make this book bomb a resounding success.