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When my friend invited me to lunch, it took several e-mails and three days to decide  time and place, with short messages of where, when and why; can’t go  and that place isn’t open. Could have solved this in 2 minutes on the phone, not 3 days of email.

Is 7 Essential Habits of Christians a book I need?

Ask yourself “Is 7 Essential Habits of Christians a book I need?

And then answer yourself with a resounding yes. Just look at the topics covered in the book!

* Time with God

* Healthy Living

* Time Management

* Honing Writing Skills

* Crafting a Masterpiece

* Submitting

* Marketing

Maybe you aren’t a writer, but doesn’t every Christian need time with God, a healthy life style and the discipline of time management? Don’t we all need to hone the gift within us? God is crafting us as his master piece. While we might not submit an article, don’t we all have to submit to God’s will? As for marketing, which means “the activity of presenting products or services in such a way as to make them desirable,” don’t we want to present Christ so that others find him desirable?

Don’t take my word for it. Read what Phil Calloway ( writes about the book. Then buy it for yourself or a friend.

“I love seven things about this book: It is practical. It is affordable. It is encouraging. It is worth highlighting, underlining and dog-earing. Plus it made me forget about my toothache. Whether you’re a newbie or a veteran writer, you’ll discover 7 Essential Habits of Christian Writers to be jammed with instantly actionable advice that will make you a better writer. Dig in.”

Here is the purchase address.

Not yet convinced? …follow this blog hop for more information.

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