With the release of Dandelion Fire just a few weeks out, it seemed wise to let you know that Canon Press has an offer of book plates signed by the author for those who pre-order.
I am going to be interviewed next week on blog radio, and more information can be found here. The topic is classical education.
A week or so ago I blurbed The Easter Answer. A bunch of people went to that site and found an intriguing title, but no way to order the booklet. But, good news, the web site now has a purchase option here.
I will be speaking on biblical hope and the Christian family at a conference in London next month. Some details can be found here.
I have linked here before, but please allow me do so again. My daughter Bekah has a business named Amoretti, and she has just rolled out a new web site for it. Even if you clicked all through the old web site, check out all the nooks and crannies of this one. There will be …
Nate has two remaining “advanced reader’s copies” of his latest in the cupboards series — Dandelion Fire. He is giving them away in time for Christmas, and you can go over to his blog to put your name in the hopper. The lot is cast into the lap but its every decision is from the …
I mentioned this some time ago, but the DVD is now available here, just in time for Christmas. A web site for the album is here. And if you would like to read a bit about it before ordering, check here and here. And have a merry, contemedieveal eclectic Christmas!
Nate is giving away another copy of Dandelion Fire here. But this time you can’t just post — you have venture an answer to an actual question.
It gives me a great deal of pleasure to recommend Basilica to you — a journal of mere Christendom. This promises to be a great recource for those who want to learn about the Reformers as they were in historic 3-D. Make sure you browse in the nooks and crannies.
For all those who have been stopping by the Evangellyfish site to give it a read, many thanks. Hope you enjoyed it, and I would love to do something similar again sometime. The Epilogue is now posted, and the story is, as the French say, le did.