Givens and Grow Benchmark Books Lecture on Youtube

By October 18, 2011

From Benchmark Books:

Thanks to the magic of technology, video from our signing event on Oct 14th for Parley P. Pratt: The Apostle Paul of Mormonism (with authors Terryl Givens and Matt Grow) is available on YouTube.  If you couldn?t make it to the event, you can go here to watch: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SprRraIyrnk.  It was a great evening and we thank both of the authors and those that attended for making it so!  We do have signed copies of the biography if you haven?t picked one up yet (we have some signed copies of Givens? and Grow?s other titles also). 
As mentioned in the signing, there is a collection of essays about Pratt forthcoming from Arthur H. Clark (we hope to have it next month)?in addition to Grow, it features contributions from such well-known authors as Richard Turley, Alex Baugh and Jan Shipps.

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Comments

  1. Good event!

    Comment by Liz — October 18, 2011 @ 2:05 pm

  2. Awesome. I love technology.

    Comment by Ben Park — October 18, 2011 @ 3:27 pm


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