Our Road to Damascus Launches Today

After a year on the “road” with Paul, I am happy to officially announce the release of “Our Road toDamascus” today! You can find it on AmazonBarnes and NobleBooks A MillionIndieBoundBook Depository and others! Digital or paper. Take your pick.

Our Road to Damascus has been a year in the making. It all started with a couple of pages in London in December of 2019 before we (literally) closed the book on it in San Diego, 250 pages later.

It’s not a religious book. It’s a book about personal transformation and the universal challenges we will face on our way to a more meaningful life. Yes, it is about the Apostle Paul because he is one of the most incredible examples of transformation in history. But it really is a lot more about you and me, about the wisdom we can extract from his experience to apply to our lives. 

If you are up for it, we dive into 7 lessons: 

  • Alone But in a Group
  • A Destabilizing Moment
  • The Courageous Question
  • The Temporary Blindness
  • The Decision to Go Ahead
  • The Unexpected Help
  • A Different Damascus

But I won’t rehash the whole thing. I’ll leave it up to you to dive into a sample or join me for the full experience on the road to Damascus. πŸ˜‰ 

You can choose to read the introductory bit about Paul or jump straight into the lessons. You can use the study questions at the end or not. Your journey, your call…

…I’m just grateful. I am thankful for Paul’s lasting example, thankful for my family who put up with me setting time aside to write, and thankful to you for considering joining me on this journey.

I’ve learned a lot. One of the most fulfilling parts of this journey has been to discover that there are people in different parts of the world who actually want to read the book. From Dublin, London, Rio de Janeiro, and Nassau, to various cities in the US, I cannot thank all of you who supported me by name enough. It would be too many to list — and then you would DEFINITELY unsubscribe from this newsletter… πŸ˜‰ Thank you all for adding to my journey. I hope the book may add something to yours too. 

So, now what?

Now I wait to see what YOU think. If you are up for it, I’d be honored to earn your readership. You can purchase the book via one the links above or simply visit danassisi.com to see most of them.

f you are not ready to make the leap yet, you can throw your hat on the ring for a free kindle copy via this giveaway at GoodReads. (I have not shared this with anyone yet because I figured I’d start with you!) Feel free that pass it on to others! 

What else? Here’s what else would help:

  • Tell Friends About It! Please help me get the word out by sharing the book with friends and family! 
  • Leave a Review for the book when it comes out. Amazon and GoodReads are great places to do it. (While there, follow my author pages!)
  • Share on Social Media. Why not tag it with #OurRoadtoDamascus while at it? 
  • Invite Folks to Join This Newsletter: It’s free. It’s (relatively) harmless. It is not that frequent. Why not? 
  • Buy a Copy! Or another 2. Doh! πŸ™‚ You now have a choice of retailers…

Oh, ORTD is also available as a cool hard cover, BTW. 

That’s right, we are going fancy too. AND the dust jacket outside is slightly different than the cover inside — just for an added touch! πŸ˜‰ I’ll post a video about it later.

THANK YOU AGAIN for your support.

I hope to see you soon on the road!




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