Readers are Gobbling Up 'Sermonsnacks: Help, Hope and Encouragement for Today' -- Sermonsnacks Publishing's First Christian Book Collection is Garnering Rave Reviews

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Spiritually hungry readers are eating up a new book like hotcakes. Just three months since its publication date and "SermonSnacks: Help, Hope and Encouragement for Today" is already racking up a stack of favorable reviews. Early reviewers have deemed "Sermonsnacks" "delightful," "thoughtful" and "refreshing."

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No matter how much time you have, and what your circumstance is, you will find a Sermonsnack in here to fit your time and need.

The early reviews of "Sermonsnacks: Help, Hope and Encouragement for Today" are in and readers are raving about this inspirational début collection of Christian wisdom. Using such adjectives as "delightful," "thoughtful" and "refreshing" to describe the book, reviewers have given "Sermonsnacks" a solid 4.5-star rating on Amazon.com. Book-loving spiritualists who would like to discover what is earning "Sermonsnacks: Help, Hope and Encouragement for Today" such glowing reviews can do so online at http://www.Sermonsnacks.com.

When U.S. TV talk show host Oprah Winfrey unveiled her latest book club selection last month, the honor went to Eckhart Tolle's "A New Earth." Described as a "non-fiction, spiritual book about what people can do to make the world a better place," "A New Earth" garnered the Winfrey seal of approval for its ability to help individuals uncover "a more loving self and a more loving planet." Americans are hungry for spirituality and Winfrey has them eating out of the palm of her hand with her latest reading selection.

Another new book, "Sermonsnacks: Help, Hope and Encouragement for Today," is feeding this same spiritual yen from a Christian inspirational viewpoint. And if early reviews are any indication, the book is whetting spiritually-deprived appetites across the country.

Monty Rainey of New Braunfels, Texas, sums up "Sermonsnacks" as "a quick reference guide to life's daily problems." He goes on to say, "This delightful book ... is a great starting point for where to turn when we need -- and forget to seek -- God's guidance. This is a book I will keep close by and will turn to often." Of author Don Collette, he praises, "This fellow Chaplain has put together a great book that I highly recommend."

Another reviewer, newspaper reporter M. Berry, calls "Sermonsnacks" "a refreshing spin on the ordinary devotional book." She suggests that the book "is the perfect solution" for those who "long to make personal time with the Lord a priority." Berry enjoyed the book so much that she has already put in a request for the next Sermonsnacks book,,"Bedtime Snacks. Snacks to Help Our Kids and Us Be the Best We Can Be."

ArmchairInterviews.com puts a practical spin on its "Sermonsnacks" praise: "No matter how much time you have, and what your circumstance is, you will find a Sermonsnack in here to fit your time and need." They recommend savoring the book's "tasty daily messages" and "letting the scripture and the thoughts work through your thought process in order for it to bless you."

For more information on the early praise "Sermonsnacks: Help, Hope and Encouragement for Today" is racking up, contact author Don Collette at (256) 338-0214. To read similar devotionals or to order a copy of the book, visit Sermonsnacks Publishing online at: http://www.Sermonsnacks.com. Sermosnacks is available at all major on-line retailers and for distribution through Trafford Publishing (1-888-232-4444), Ingram Books, Spring Arbor and Baker and Taylor.

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