Gather at the Table named Barnes & Noble Bookseller Pick for November!Posted November 14th, 2012 by Thomas Norman DeWolf
The eBook of Gather at the Table has been selected as a Barnes & Noble ( BN.com) “Favorite Current Affairs” Bookseller Pick for November!
After appearing on the Amazon Movers & Shakers list, and being named by Random House among the four books it highlighted in its October e-Newsletter for “NEW Freshman-Year Reading Titles from Random House“, this is exciting news indeed!
Five readers have now reviewed Gather at the Table on Amazon.com. All five reviews to date rate the book with five stars; the highest possible rating. We are grateful and hope such accolades inspire more people to read our book.
The word about Gather at the Table continues to spread!
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