Thursday night saw Sparklit‘s annual Australian Christian Book of the Year award night. Here’s the full video of the evening: Many congratulations to the winner, Stephen McAlpine, for Being the Bad Guys: How to Live for Jesus in a World that Says You Shouldn’t. His book was also the outstanding favourite amongst all our competition entries! So […]
This is one of my favourite competitions to do here on davidould.net! Sparklit have just announced their nominees for Australian Book of the Year and we’re giving away a copy of every single nominee! Don’t miss your chance to win one of these 10 excellent books. It’s easy to enter: Go read about each of […]
Thank you to the many people who entered our competition in partnership with SparkLit. Some of the shortlisted books were very popular (especially Myers on the Apostles’ Creed and Piggin and Linder’s “The Fountain of Public Prosperity”). Two books didn’t get any entries and so we’ve thrown everyone who didn’t get their first choice into […]
It’s time for another davidould.net competition! Tell your friends! We’re teaming up with SparkLit, the organisers of the 2019 Australian Christian Book of the Year to give away a copy of each of the nominees! Yes, that’s right! We’re giving away 10 books. Here’s the nominees and, of course, your potential prize. Go read about […]
Of the shortlisted books for sparklit’s Australian Christian Book of the Year Award 2015, without a doubt the one which I have been repeatedly asked to review is Foster’s Suburban Captivity of the Church. Short of time I’m not going to get to it, but I understand a couple of reviews are being written out there […]
This is a first for davidould.net! Many of you will know that the Australian Book of the Year 2015 will be announced on 13 August I’m very excited to announce that through the generosity of sparklit and the various publishers I’m hosting a book giveaway! So what do you do to win? Go check […]
sparklit (formerly SPCK) have announced their shortlist for Australian Christian Book of the Year 2015 to be announced at a Celebration Supper on August 13. Here’s the details on the 9 shortlisted books with embedded links to their respective websites. sparklit have kindly offered me review copies of these books. Any you’d like me to look at?