The Fob Bible has started pulling up reviews and they are laudatory. The first three:
- Re: The Fob Family Bible (Part I) By Tyler Chadwick on A Motley Vision
- Re: The Fob Family Bible, Part II By Tyler Chadwick on A Motley Vision
- A Great Riff on “The Good (??!) Book”: The FOB Bible by C.L. Hanson on Letters from a Broad
Stories from The Fob Bible have often been the source of online discussion. Following Chadwick’s reviews, Motley Vision had a lengthy discussion on B.G. Christensen’s “Abraham’s Purgatory.” Main Street Plaza‘s discussion on Christensen’s “Changing of the God” was DOA, but it’s not to late to start it yourself!
Speaking of things it is not too late for, have you considered purchasing a Fob Bible? All the cool kids are doing it.
Tyler Chadwick of A Motley Vision has published part one of his review here.
And feel free to purchase the book. The link to our parent site is working marvelously, so you can happily buy!buy!buy! and enjoy!enjoy!enjoy!.
And of course Plain and Precious Parts is still available for download there in the sidebar.
The Fob Bible is now available for prepurchase. Foolish virgins will not order till next month, but by then, well, you know the story.
If you will direct your attention to the right, you will see that Plain and Precious Parts have been removed from the Fob Bible and are now available for your perusal, whether online or on your ebook reader. And, for you big spenders out there, it’s also available for the Kindle if you have 99¢.
The complete Bible will be available for purchase on June 1, 2009.