Keep the Day Job

Looks like it’s a good thing I didn’t resign my call to follow the writing muse. It turns out, my publisher is overwhelmed by other projects and has cancelled mine. Apparently, one of the considerations when publishing is “Will this lose me money?”

So, if anyone knows of someone who would like to publish a Lutheran Catechesis that follows the outline of Luther’s Large catechism, instead of Melanchton’s Loci (As did Conrad Deitrich, and virtually every Lutheran catechist after him), have I got good news for you…

Assuming that none of my blog readers are owed a favor by the Hearst Family, I will try and do the editing in time for summer, and release it myself. It will almost certainly be print-on-demand and kindle. I would also like to have a PDF version, but I don’t know how I would manage to do sales for it. (beyond “send-me-a-check-and-I-email-it-to-you”)

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1 Response to Keep the Day Job

  1. Kris Brown says:

    Hello! My husband (Rev. Derrick Brown in Curtis, NE) directed me to this page. I am a professional graphic designer (worked for an ad agency for 12 years + 3 years freelance) and this project is just the kind of stuff that I do. I will send you an email with my contact information. – Kris Brown

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