I’ve been blogging now over nine years, and am planning to pull together some collections of these essays as small paperbacks that could be shared with others. I’ve outlined them below, and welcome your feedback on which ones you might find helpful or interesting. (Translation: would you buy a couple of copies to share with friends?) If I’ve explored other themes that struck a cord with you, please let me know.
Here are the titles I’m considering:
A Grace Observed: grief and the goodness of God
When my mom died, I wrote a number of posts about our experience with her passing in our home, under the care of hospice.
A Married Man: Responsibility and reward
This collection includes essays about marriage and family both generally and personally (with the exception of my wedding homilies and Night of Blessing charges and blessings which I am currently shopping around to other publishers.)
It’s a Jungle Out There: Faith, hope and your resume
These essays focus on the transition from college to career in a troubled economic environment, examining issues of calling, faith and fear.
So, that’s it. Please complete the poll, which addresses the question of which single title would you most likely purchase for yourself or others. (We’re assuming a price of under $8.) And then, if you can, leave comments related to these projects, suggesting other projects, or even other topics you might like me to explore in my blog.
Thanks for your input. Your input will help me prioritize my time.
And thanks for reading.