Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Snow Day, by Billy Coffey

Before he appeared in the "Breaking In" segment of Writer's Digest (November/December 2010 issue, page 18), debut author/philosopher Billy Coffey showed up here in AuthorCulture for a two-day interview event (Part One and Part Two).

And I got to review his book!

By law, I have to reveal that the publisher, Faith Words, provided a book for me in return for a review. But the truth is, I was half-way through the copy I bought before the freebie ever entered my mailbox. I was that anxious to read it.

This means I have an extra copy to share! If you leave a comment, you'll be eligible to win this inspiring novel in a drawing to be held at the end of the week.

Snow Day rolls the wisdom of Max Lucado and charm of Norman Rockwell into one reflective novel. Peter Boyd is facing a pre-Christmas lay-off from the best paying job he can get in his small Virginia town. His snow day couldn't have come at a better time. He needs to think, evaluate, learn. And God has lessons for him. Eye-opening, stirring life lessons that offer hope, faith, and promise, all delivered through some very enchanting, quirky characters.

A man who rests in the security of God's guidance can face the worst with optimism. If the readers get nothing more from Billy's novel than that simple tenet, they will come away full.
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