Book

cropped-bill-book.jpgNo Ordinary Joe is a book by Bill Todd on how to respond to negative life situations. The book draws parallels from the life of Joseph as told in the book of Genesis in the Bible’s Old Testament, to the life you and I live today.

People and situations came against Joseph to either kill him or throw him off track.  Yet, his responses to negative situations led him to greater and greater heights.  Thousands of years later, can you and I get the same great results?

Yes.

And just for fun, a Shakespearian quote or two adds another historical dimension to the life challenge addressed in each chapter.

“No Ordinary Joe” is also available as a Kindle e-book on Amazon.com.

If you don’t have it already, here’s the free application you can download to read Kindle books like “No Ordinary Joe” on your computer.

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2 thoughts on “Book

  1. I’m also named Joe and the situation I’ve been through over the last 3 years is not ordinary. I’d like to get the book but I don’t have a Kindle reader. Does it come in paperback?

    1. Hi Truenorth, hope to have the paperback out sometime in 2012. In the meantime, you don’t need a Kindle reader per se, just the Kindle app, to download the e-book from Amazon.com. Click on this link for that free application for your PC: http://www.amazon.com/gp/feature.html/ref=kcp_pc_mkt_lnd?docId=1000426311

      I’m so glad you’re interested in the book and thank you so much for commenting. Standing by to help you further if you need anything.

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