Greetings, all! Welcome to today’s episode of the God’s Grand Game blog tour. Today I’d like to introduce Jenni (also known as Jay C / J.C.) who runs a diverse and very interesting blog entitled Thinking Moon.
Jenni has a background in anthropology and is currently teaching as well as studying for her PhD. She has a Philosophy section on her blog and we have been connected on Twitter for some time, so it was a no-brainer to ask her to be involved with the blog tour. I’m grateful to Jenni for agreeing to review my book.
You can read Jenni’s review via the following link:
If you enjoyed Jenni’s review, please consider subscribing to her blog, I’m sure she’d love to have you as a moonling (the way she affectionately describes her followers!).
Thank you to everyone who has been following the blog tour so far. I’ll look forward to returning tomorrow, when I’ll be bringing you a review by Logan Noland of the blog Pilgrimage to Somewhere. Logan is a Christian and an expatriate teacher-librarian, living in Beijing, China.
Have you had a chance to pick up a copy of God’s Grand Game yet? It’s available in paperback, hardcover, and Kindle formats, from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Apple, and plenty of other retailers. Click the link below for all the info!
Right, I’m going to brew myself a cup of spicy chai, pop on some lofi hiphop, and return to reading the gory details of the sacrificial practices of ancient religious groups such as the Aztecs and the Mayans. Some of the things these people got up to are too horrendous for words!
See you tomorrow!