Writing books is kind of like running a coffee shop

I want you to imagine something: You know this local guy who makes high-quality coffee and sells it at a farmer’s market on the weekends. You love his coffee. Then the guy makes a huge gamble and starts his own coffee shop — right across the street from your house.

You’d support that guy because you want him to keep making good coffee.

I’m that guy except, instead of running a coffee shop, I’ve written a book called Confessions of a Happily Married Man: Finding God in the Messiness of Marriage.

Now just like your local coffee brewer across the street, I’d appreciate it if you buy what I’ve been brewing for almost two years. It’ll only cost you about three trips to Starbucks. I’d say that’s a deal!

I really believe God called me to write this and that it’ll be a blessing to everyone He’s called to read it. You may be that person, but even if you don’t think it’s for you, buy it for someone else.

Go grab you a cup of Confessions and put a nice review of it online after you do. The people who’ve read the preview copies are telling me that it’s good to the last drop!

You can pre-order Confessions of a Happily Married Man: Finding God in the Messiness of Marriage today, and on December 17, it will be available online and in stores.