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Tune in tomorrow for Messy Quest Monday…

Messy  Quest Monday? What about Monday musing? Well, we will be musing  – complete with multiple posts, which will include an interview, a guest post and a book review. But wait – that’s not all! If you leave a comment on any of the posts, your name will be entered into a drawing to receive a free book. And yes, you can enter more than once.

What is this Messy Quest business all about? On Monday we will be a stop on the blog tour for the new book, “The Messy Quest for Meaing: Five Catholic Practices for Finding Your Vocation,” by Stephen Martin. (From Sorin Books, an imprint of Ave Maria Press.)

Here is the schedule for the day…

  • 7am – Introduction and a short interview with Stephen Martin
  • 12n – A guest post from the Messy Quest author on the messy business of interruptions
  • 4pm – My review of the book

Don’t forget, you can win a copy of the book by leaving a comment. Three winners will be drawn, one from each of my blogs.

See you tomorrow as we explore Messy Quest Monday with Stephen Martin!


One Response

  1. It sounds like a very interesting book! I look forward to reading your review of it.

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