One of my favorite perks that comes with working for a publishing house is that I have access to a lot of books. While that’s a pretty cool benefit, I don’t have the time to read as many of them as I’d like. Of the nearly 450 books that my employer has published since I started working there, I’ve read fewer than 15 of them. That figures out to only about 3 percent of the books we’ve released since 2012—and even less when considering Cedar Fort’s entire catalog.
I’ll be honest: I haven’t liked some of the Cedar Fort books I’ve read, but there are several that I have really enjoyed. Like John Pontius’ “Visions of Glory,” a near-death experience book that includes visions—or dreams—about the events surrounding, and leading up to, the Second Coming of Jesus Christ.Read More »