Back in Episode 28 of the Podcast, I shared My 6 Favorite Books for Skeptics. In the email I sent out – and in the question at the end of the post – I asked for ideas for your favorites. Lots of you sent me emails with your ideas. (Thanks. I love it when you do that.)
My original thought was to simply put together a one-page list of the books. However, once I started getting into it, I realized it would still take a lot of research on your part to look up each title, read the description and reviews, and decide on which book would be best for your situation.
So…I decided to put together a more complete “Resource Guide” of sorts.
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Where should I send When Friends Ask Questions?
Here’s what you’ll find in When Friends Ask Questions:
- 32 books of various lengths, reading levels, and depth
- The complete “description” as found on Amazon (so you can skim before doing all the research yourself)
- A link to Amazon for more reviews (and purchasing if you choose)
- A one-page, printable list for easy reference
In full disclosure, the links within this eBook are affiliate links. That simply means Amazon will pay me a small fee if you do choose to purchase one of the books. Think of it as a tip that Amazon pays instead of you! Your cost is always exactly the same.
While I greatly appreciate the support, I understand that some people prefer not to use affiliate links. If that’s you, feel free to copy/paste the book title into any online bookstore you prefer.
Either way – When Friends Ask Questions (a Resource Guide)is yours for free. Simply Click here!
And if you know of a resource I missed, please let me know in the comments. That’s the beauty of eBooks. I can keep updating as new resources are made available.