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Shameless Self-Promotion

In Books on May 21, 2007 at 12:51 pm

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As it’s that time of year (i.e. graduation), don’t forget to bless that graduate (high school, college, or grad school) with his or her very own copy of TwentySomeone: Finding Yourself in a Decade of Transition. Amazon’s got ’em for just $11.24 (with used and new copies available from $2.96 – a crime!), and you can have yours overnight with one-day shipping.

Help a semi-unemployed guy (for now, at least) feed his family. Spread the word, leave a review (preferably if you’ve read it and liked it), and buy a book or two. Makes for a practical gift that can double later as a dust-collector, coaster, or addition to someone’s favorites list.

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  1. You wanna autograph the copies for me, I will be glad to buy them as gifts! jc

  2. Jane, happy to sign copies for you as long as they’re not going to Wildwood grads (that’s what I was planning, at least for those in my class).

  3. It’s really too bad this wonderful anarchy is swamped by its noisy inconsequence.

  4. I’m wrapping four copies of TwentySomeone tonight to give at graduation tomorrow night. Great gifts!

  5. Hi Craig,

    I enjoyed your class on the Intergenerational Church. I’ll have to check this book out. Let me know if I can help you more by buying it from you directly.

    Mark

  6. Mark, I can bring a copy on Sunday and you can pay me $10 if you like (that’s my going rate for locals – no delivery fee). Hope you enjoy it.

    Rob, I have no idea what you’re saying (though I’m sure it’s amusing).

  7. I see that amazon bundles your book with another one called twentysomething. (I’ve always thought those “bundles” were a sham considering they don’t even give a discount for buying both… anyway…) Have you read the “bundled” book just out of curiosity?

  8. it’s amusing for me, thanks for correcting my grammar

  9. Renae, I actually haven’t read Feinberg’s book (though I’ve read some of the press materials for it). Couldn’t tell you much about it, other than it came around right after ours did and has been bundled with ours (and vice versa, I think) ever since.

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