Unsolicited feedback is the best kind of feedback for which a writer can ask. My book landed in people’s hands last week, and a few comments landed on the Monument Publishing website. This was the first and only place the book was available for preorder.
I am so encouraged after reading this book, that I cannot wait to experience a tournament this weekend where I plan to be a community judge for the first time! It is obvious that God is having us embark on this new journey and our family is going to be blessed. Thank you for writing the book which gave us a vision for our family’s future in speech and debate!
This comment really encourages me. Unlike any other book on the market, I wrote Jeub’s Guide to Speech & Debate to be focused on the tournaments. The nature of competition makes speech and debate training—normally a boring chore for students—about the coolest thing in the world.
After reading my book, you—like Pam—should look forward to attending a speech and debate tournament. I can’t wait to hear how it went for her. If you get a chance to attend a debate tournament, feel free to get a hold of me from my connect page.
Nice to read something that describes the differences between leagues.
This is encouraging, too, because I purposely wrote Jeub’s Guide to Speech & Debate to give as many options to the reader as they need. There are advantages and disadvantages to a young person’s speech and debate options. Most (perhaps all) other books zero in on only NCFCA, Stoa or NFL. Furthermore, I thoroughly explain the opportunities for all forms of education: home, private and public education. Whatever educational path you’re on, you’ll get answers from Jeub’s Guide to Speech & Debate.
And if you haven’t ordered it yet, buy your book here.