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Thought for the Week: “It’s futile to stand in the shadows of tomorrow when you can enjoy the sunlight of today.” (Joel Sutton) (12/14/2014) Previous Thoughts

The first order of books finally arrived!

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And here's what one of them looks like...

I've been featured recently at the Barn Door Book Loft. The first day, Pastor Gus was showcased. The second day was about me as an author. See screen shots at the bottom right. Go to the Barn Door Book Loft and leave a comment for a chance to win a free book.

The Kindle version of Pastor Gus is sale-priced for a short time at $1.99. Find it here.

The Devil and Pastor Gus has nine reviews on Amazon now, with a 4.5 star average rating. Makes me want to go out and buy a copy--or maybe a bunch of copies!

Here's the most recent one:
"The style is breezy, piquant, playful, and punchy. Bruner shows us clearly the Enemy of our souls, who while toothless, is troublesome. Even though Gus was my own high school nickname and since I am a pastor myself, I found myself smirking with every page I turned (and it is a page-turner) so delightful are the often subtle allusions and turns of phrase used in relating the adventures of the protagonist, Pastor Gus. The novel reminds me of C. S. Lewis' classic fictions: The Bus-ride to Hell, and The Screwtape Letters. But the lesson most learned is this: we need to be true to God, not clever for God. Many of its truths are pleasantly blunt: "The more useless the committee the more frequent its meetings and the more useless its discussions." Bruner has a wonderful playful way with words as he schools us concerning the "wiles of the Devil" in a truly delightful fashion."

Read the other reviews on the Review tab or at Amazon.

Best regards,
Roger

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