Tuesday, March 11, 2008

On Tour with The Next Level by David Gregory (AND A GIVEAWAY)!

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Fans of "Dinner With A Perfect Stranger" will not want to miss the latest release by conversation-starter novelist David Gregory (no, not the guy on NBC!). His novels are short, deep, and always pack a well written parable punch!

In "The Next Level", Logan has business degree, will advance. Joining the business team of Universal Systems, Logan is an organizational analyst...big word for trouble-shooter. Basically, he looks at the structure of each department and points out what needs to change, improve, or just go away.

A lot is being written these days concerning our purpose. We were created with a purpose in His mind, we were given purpose in the Garden of Eden, and the enemy sought to rob us of our purpose from day one.

Let David Gregory's unique and engaging writing lead you to discover, or re-discover your purpose, God designed and ordained, for your life. And find out the answers to these questions:

What defines success?

Why does one department out perform and out achieve the others at Universal Systems?

And, as usual, who is this person that Logan reports to?

If you've read the other books...don't expect the expected in this one! Well, you can if you want to...I'm just sayin'!

Want a chance to read "The Next Level" for yourself? I'm drawing TWO winning names on March 31st! So leave a comment, and you just might win!

Happy Reading!

Deena

6 comments:

windycindy said...

Greetings! I have read some of this author's interviews and book reviews!
The analogy he makes between the corporate world levels and searching for our own life's purpose sounds interesting. Please enter me in your drawing. Thanks,Cindi
jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

stampedwithgrace said...

I loved his "Dinner/Day with a Perfect Stranger" books and would love to win this one! please enter me, thanks!

ChristyJan said...

Please enter me for a chance to a chance to win and read "The Next Level"

lovedandamazed said...

I would really like to read this book. Fiction that stirs your spirit is the best kind!
author_Erin(at)lycos(dot)com

Tara said...

I think this book sounds very intriguing!

taradawnrobertson at hotmail dot com

Grateful Gramma said...

Loved Dinner with a Perfect Stranger. Would enjoy reading this one. Please enter me in the drawing. Thanks!

Ginnie