One Year Bible - American Standard Version

One Year Bible - American Standard Version

by Russell Sherrard
     
 

This is a One Year Bible of the American Standard Version of my One Year Bible. The reason I call it a one year Bible is because it divides the Bible into 366 portions (leap years added) so a person can start reading this Bible from the beginning and spend just 15 minutes a day and can read the entire Bible in one year. This edition is optimized for Text-to-Speech…  See more details below

Overview

This is a One Year Bible of the American Standard Version of my One Year Bible. The reason I call it a one year Bible is because it divides the Bible into 366 portions (leap years added) so a person can start reading this Bible from the beginning and spend just 15 minutes a day and can read the entire Bible in one year. This edition is optimized for Text-to-Speech which means I have taken out all of the chapter and verse references and also added at the beginning of each section "Daily Bible Reading for Month, day reference". I had to do a lot of research to find out good divisions for how many chapters to include for each day. Most days have 3 chapters so the day can be read, or have the Kindle read in 15 minutes. If you want to resolve this year to read through the Bible in a year this is the perfect vehicle to accomplish this goal and to finally keep a New Years Resolution.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014328654
Publisher:
Russell Sherrard
Publication date:
03/17/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
6 MB

Meet the Author

Russell Sherrard was born in Ruston, Louisiana, near Shreveport, Louisiana. He grew up most of his life in Greenville, South Carolina. After graduating high school he went off to college in Pasadena, California, home of the Rose Bowl parade and game. He met his wife Betty there and they have been married for 42 years. The couple have 3 adult daughters and the family lives in Sacramento, California.

After working for a major HMO for over 30 years in the Information Technology field, due to the bad economy his job was outsourced to IBM. Being only 2 years away from retirement Russell decided to retire early.

Needing something to supplement his social security income he decided to try his hand at writing for the Amazon Kindle.

He now has 16 books in the Barnes and Noble Store with more coming. Not willing to only rely on Amazon to sell his books he opened a bookstore on the web called Growing Through Grace Bookstore easily found on Google.

After working for a major HMO for over 30 years in the Information Technology field, due to the bad economy his job was outsourced to IBM. Being only 2 years away from retirement Russell decided to retire early.

Needing something to supplement his social security income he decided to try his hand at writing for eReaders.

He now has 16 books in the Barnes and Nobel Store with more coming.

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