Last summer I started working on a new book. Tentatively titled Do You Know Where You’d Go if You Died Tonight?, it is a sort of spiritual memoir that offers forty years of reflection on the nature of the Christian Gospel and the concept of salvation. Today I finished what is hopefully my penultimate draft of the manuscript. The book is forty (short) chapters, 300 pages (in double spaced 12 point New Times Roman font) and 85,000 words.
My goal is to complete the book in the next couple months and have it out no later than September. (We’ll see about that.) Either way, it’s a weight off my shoulders. Now I can focus on some more pressing details … like course prep and prepping for my forthcoming debates with Mr. Schieber in Edmonton, Sherwood Park, Phoenix, and Tucson.