Mariner is a finalist for Readers Awards (and some gigs)

I am happy to say that my book Mariner, published in England by Hodder and in America by IVP Academic is a finalist in the IVP Readers choice award. If you have enjoyed, or are enjoying Mariner, and would like to vote for it there is still time to do so between now and midnight on December 2nd. You can do so by clicking HERE, and full instructions are on the page.

I’m also happy to say that on Saturday December the 8th I’ll be leading an Advent Quiet Day at the lovely Royal Foundation of St. Katherine’s in London, and later, on that evening I’ll be giving a concert called ‘Songs and Sonnets in their lovely Yurt performance cafe. I am including posters for both events in this post. I hope to see some of the readers of this blog at one or other of these events!

As Advent begins I will also be reposting some of the poems from my Advent book Waiting on the Word which is still available from Amazon.

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5 responses to “Mariner is a finalist for Readers Awards (and some gigs)

  1. David Grieve

    Dear Malcolm,

    Hearty congratulations on making the final, and I really hope you achieve much further success with the book. Your diverse output in sundry places is much appreciated.

    I’m taking this opportunity to enquire whether you are yet in a position to send me a cover comment for Love in Thin Places?

    All Joy,

    David

  2. Congratulations, my friend!

  3. Marcia Whitney-Schenck

    May I send images of four saints (watercolor) that I’ve done in the last several months? Marcia (Chicago)

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