Josh Hornig’s Newly Released “Titles Are Hard, but College Doesn’t Have to Be” is an Interesting Manuscript that Helps Navigate the Freshmen of College

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“Titles Are Hard, but College Doesn’t Have to Be” from Christian Faith Publishing author Josh Hornig is a lighthearted guide for freshmen, bringing them pages that guide them on how to adapt in a new environment, manage schoolwork, and live throughout all the aspects of college life.

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“Titles Are Hard, but College Doesn’t Have to Be”: a brilliant guidebook filled with insight, advice, discussion, and reflection, encouraging those who are entering their last few years in academe. “Titles Are Hard, but College Doesn’t Have to Be” is the creation of published author Josh Hornig, a faithful writer who leads a youth group in Lock Haven and is a substitute teacher for LASD.

Hornig writes, “Titles Are Hard, but College Doesn’t Have to Be is a book written to help you navigate and make sense of the sometimes challenging period of time that is your freshman year of college. At the same time, though, people take life too seriously. So to help ease the mood, Titles Are Hard approaches the subject of going to college with a tone of general lightheartedness. The pages of this book are filled with insight acquired through real-life experience, discussion, and reflection of how to effectively and successfully make your way through your early time in college, while also peppering in a joke here and there to help keep you reminded that this isn’t a textbook and it is possible to enjoy reading.

“The book is split up into three major sections. The first is about how to successfully adapt and live in the new environment that going off to college leads you to because living effectively is pretty important to be able to do anything else effectively. The second section focuses on the academic portion of college. Not everyone took high school seriously, but college offers a chance to realign how schoolwork is handled. Some helpful tips and nudges may just be the thing to set yourself on the right track. Finally, the last section of the book is meant to cover all the nooks and crannies that stray outside of simply living and studying.

“By the book’s end, the hope of the author is that you, the reader, feel a bit more equipped as well as encouraged to be able to go out and make the most of that first year of working toward your degree. So whether you pick up and give this book a read or pass on by it, just keep in mind that summing up a book within a small title can be hard, but going off to college doesn’t have to be.”
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Josh Hornig’s new book comes from the author and his friends’ own experience, so parts of this manuscript may not be applicable to everyone. Regardless, this still can become a tool to help one transition a bit better and wiser at the start of their college years.
This book, indeed, is an insightful guide that will equip the incoming college students to be ever ready to go out and start the journey of reaching their goals and dreams.

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Consumers can purchase “Titles Are Hard, but College Doesn’t Have to Be” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “Titles Are Hard, but College Doesn’t Have to Be,” contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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