It was great to celebrate ‘The Second Listening Book‘ launch at Barton Church. James’s books will now be on sale there each Sunday until Christmas, alongside others written by fellow Bartonites. If you can’t make it there to buy copies, get them from the Webbs or the Lewises direct via facebook, the website, or from Amazon, Eden, Waterstones, or from Karl The Wandering Bookseller in Australia. Read more
Following Rev Giblet’s illuminating musings on preaching, I thought another Summertime guest post on James’s Blog might work. I’m sure he won’t mind.
The Second Listening Book..
..will be released in October and continues James’s storytelling mission. There will be a whole load more fab tales with gorgeous line drawings from Carys Jenkins, Alice Journeaux and Josh Gauton, as well as lovely photos from Mark Lewis. As I’m sure I’ve mentioned before, these are rather good coffee table books. This time you notice it’s dark blue, so beverages of all description don’t show up on it. You can even put it on top of the first TLB to cover up any stains. But enough of my house tidying tips – the back blurb sums up what’s inside better than I can. Read more
The Second Listening Book will be out later in the year. Carys Jenkins is our illustrator, with Josh Gauton hopefully contributing a picture.
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The picture is a Cute Kitten taken by Mark Lewis, TLB photographer – there are more and lots of other photos at his phanfare site!
‘The Second Listening Book’ is nearly ready. Carys Jenkins, Alice Journeaux and Josh Gauton have provided beautiful illustrations. Mark Lewis’s fab photos have also been included. Contact via the website www.thelisteningbook.org.uk for more information. If you want to put in a pre-order, it’s ready to go on Amazon.
A beautiful goblet. See how it shines! Is it just for admiring? Read the whole of the story in ‘The Listening Book’.
Available for pre-order on Amazon.
The eBook is available for order on Amazon and the Hardback and Paperback are available at a website or bookshop near you.
TLB is currently at the proofing stage – sent it off to Lambeth Palace to ask for permission for the Cathedral picture.