Who would like to help me by being an early reader, offering critique, and fixing at least a couple of my typos? The goal is to get the draft done by the end of summer. I’ll need people to get me over the hump.
We have a new group called @readers, and a new category #readers that is private till you are added to it.
Joining the group will give you a cool little icon on your avatar too, showing that you are one of our readers. I will be using this category for feedback on excerpts of the book, and adding everyone who has declared interest on this thread to the group. If you become a reader, please place a high priority on promptly answering and engaging posts in this category.
Would you be interested in help me produce the best content possible going forward? If you would like to be added, please request it here or in a private message to me.
I offer to read and critique on the science only. And point out where you drift away from strict science neutrality. which is okay as long as it is identified as moving outside of science. You may want to listen to Dr. Collins talk at posted on Biologos. I listened to the whole thing. He clearly stated what was science and what was faith based. He is masterful at it. That is how your book should be.
THANK YOU @Patrick. That would be very helpful. Few people understand the line I’m walking here, but I think you do. It would really serve me to make sure I don’t leave any fuzziness here. I’ll be in touch.
Excellent News Josh! Couldn’t be a better imprint for that subject, from my viewpoint. (You may remember IVP UK turned down my book, despite my being a personal friend of two of the board!).
Now you just have to write the book.
Just to keep you in my loop, GGE passed the proof-reading stage with only half a dozen corrections, there were no editorial changes, and I am now proof-reading the typeset version. Not only that, but Wipf & Stock liked my suggestion for a cover image, so I’m seeking permissions for that.
Thereafter it’s just indexing and testimonials and they should be good to go.
(S. Joshua Swamidass)
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