Item description for A Continual Feast: Words of Comfort and Celebration, Collected by Father Tim (Mitford Years) by Jan Karon...
Overview Father Tim Kavanaugh of Mitford records lively ideas, wisdom, and humorous thoughts in his dog-eared journals.
For years, Mitford's Father Tim Kavanagh has transcribed into his dog-eared journals words of wisdom, faith, and encouragement gleaned from favorite thinkers.
Indeed, A Continual Feast contains lively ideas, common sense, profound wisdom, and plain good humor from the likes of C. S. Lewis, Emily Dickinson, William Blake, Helen Keller, G. K. Chesterton, and Will Rogers. To name but a few.
Want to know a surefire way to read someone's true character?
Check out what Goethe has to say.
Strive to be that rare individual who labors to serve others, and what will you have? "Little competition," according to Andrew Carnegie.
This entertaining and useful handbook is for all those who relish a good "Aha ," including authors, clergy, speechmakers, dog lovers, and anyone who enjoys provocative insight into everything from the righteous to the ridiculous.
Together with its companion volume, Patches of Godlight, Father Tim's latest quote journal is sure proof of what Lord Byron once penned: "A small drop of ink produces that which makes thousands think."
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Citations And Professional Reviews A Continual Feast: Words of Comfort and Celebration, Collected by Father Tim (Mitford Years) by Jan Karon has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Ingram Advance - 04/01/2005 page 33
Library Journal Prepub Alert - 11/15/2004 page 44
Publishers Weekly - 01/17/2005 page 50
Library Journal - 11/15/2004
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Studio: Viking Adult
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.34" Width: 6.42" Height: 0.74" Weight: 0.8 lbs.
Release Date Apr 30, 2005
Publisher STRANG COMMUNITCATION-CHARISMA
Series Mitford Years
ISBN 0670033642 ISBN13 9780670033645 UPC 9780670033645
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More About Jan Karon
Born Janice Meredith Wilson in 1937, Jan Karon was raised on a farm near Lenoir, North Carolina. Karon knew at a very early age that she wanted to be a writer. She penned her first novel when she was just 10 years old, the same year she won a shirt-story contest organized by the local highschool.
Karon married as a teenager and hand a daughter, Candace. At 18, Karon began working as a receptionist for a Charlotte, N.C. advertising agency. She advanced in the company after leaving samples of her writing on the desk of her boss, who eventually noticed her talent. Karon went on to have a highly successful career in the field, winning awards for ad agencies from Charlotte to San Francisco. In time, she became a creative vice president at the high-profile McKinney & Silver, in Raleigh. Wile there she won the prestigious Stephen Kelly Award, with which the Magazine Publishers of America honor the year's best print campaign.
During her hears in advertising, Karon kept alive her childhood ambition to be an author. At the age of 50 she left her career in advertising and moved to Blowing Rock, North Carolina, to pursue that dream. After struggling - and failing - to get a novel underway, Karon awoke one night with a mental image of an Episcopal priest walking down a village street. She grew curious about him, and started writing. Soon, Karon was publishing weekly installments about Father Tim in her local newspaper, the The Blowing Rocket, which saw its circulation double as a result. "It certainly worked for Mr. Dickens", says Karon.
The Father Tim stories became Karon's first Mitford novel, At Home in Mitford. The book has since been nominated three times for an ABBY (American Booksellers Book Of the Year Award), which honors titles that bookstore owners most enjoy recommending to customers. The fourth Mitford novel, A New Song, won both the Christy and Gold Medallion awards for outstanding contemporary fiction in 2000. A Common Life, In This Mountain, and Shepherd's Abiding have also won Gold Medallion awards. Out to Canaan was the first Mitford novel to hit the New York Times bestseller list, subsequent novels have debuted on the New York Times list, often landing the #1 spot.
Karon says her character-driven work seeks to give readers a large, extended family they can call their own.
Jan Karon currently resides in Blowing Rock, in the state of North Carolina. Jan Karon was born in 1937.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Continual Feast?
One more Father Tim May 13, 2007
Chosen from Wish List, receiver very happy with book...collects all Jan Karon.
Inspirational Read Nov 6, 2006
I love anything by Jan Karon. The Mitford Series led me to this book. I have read it 3 times and enjoyed it each time. You should also read Patches of Godlight which contains more of Father Tim's favorites.
The prices Sep 28, 2006
for these books are so very high. Love the series and Father Tim, and all the people of Mitford. Love the author , J. Karon. But really.. how about a price break, especially for books like this one. Granted it is great for all the quotes, but this book is not worth all the money it is selling for. And perhaps too like a few of my other favorite authors, print it in softcover. More affordable to the folks who enjoy this series and books by J. Karon. way too over priced.
Let the Buyer Beware Jun 25, 2006
Having read and enjoyed all of the Mitford Books, I ordered this one, together with Patches of Godlight. Imagine my surprise when i discovered that instead of being printed in a readable form, both of these books contain mostly "handwritten" writing. They are printed in a barely legible script longhand, complete with misspellings. This may be a cute and clever way to present what are called Father Tim's favorite quotations, but, for me, they were hard to read and a big disappointment. I wish they had been printed rather than presented in this manner.
A Continual Feast Jun 13, 2006
Jan, "HOW DO YOU DO IT?" I recently published my first book and am always amazed at the speed and professionalism in the production of your books. Every effort is truly a work of art! Thank you, Charlene Mikkelsen, author of Wild Flowers Are Forever