Rabbi Bob Alper, the nation’s only active rabbi who doubles as a full-time comedian, is embracing the era of Zoom communities—and has adapted his professional performance schedule to this opportunity. In this column, he tells how he is reaching out through the Internet in several new ways.
Journalist and author Martin Davis tries a Go Fund Me strategy to develop a book about the wisdom of high school coaches, who have shaped millions of lives nationwide—men and women, black and white, famous and unsung heroes alike.
Susan Stitt recommends six fun and inspiring books that Mom will enjoy—including one on diverse traditions in bread baking (perhaps one of those traditions connects with your family) and a delightful book by Bishop Laurie Haller about the importance of play and purpose in our lives. In the midst of COVID-19, Americans are reading more books than ever!
Because of the dramatic changes brought by COVID, millions of readers are looking for books, right now. Marketing Director Susan Stitt lists 10 tips for authors—and those who love authors—to welcome with those readers and help them find great books.
FEP Editor David Crumm explains a free eBook offer in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, co-sponsored by author Rabbi Bob Alper. Now more than ever, we need real stories of hope and laughter, which is Bob’s specialty. Read this article to learn how to request your free eBook. (APRIL 5 UPDATE—This column now has a link to get Bob’s free, short QUICK LAUGH videos.)