coffee with author

Grab coffee with Jim Palmer author of Divine Nobodies followed up by his latest book Wide Open Spaces.

“Jim Palmer’s casual, yet compelling writing style cuts through the religious rhetoric and gets to the real issues…readers will love this author! His sense of humor is alternately mixed with shocking sentences and poignant moments. Laced throughout is a refreshing honesty that ties his ideas together with a ribbon of reality…each turn of the page strips away a little more of the contrived mystery of Christianity until the simplicity and sincerity of it stands in realistic splendor.” - Library review

we'll be at octane coffee thursday, dec 13 from 8-10.

1 Responses to “coffee with author”

  1. # Blogger Jeff

    Both books are amazing. The WOS book I read in one sitting - I could not set the thing down. I will definitely be there!  

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