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Thomas Nelson, Inc. Acquires Project by Former Multnomah President Don Jacobson (Nashville, Tenn.) – Thomas Nelson, Inc. announced the acquisition of the originally self-published title “God Makes Lemonade” by Don Jacobson. Slated to release May 2013, “God Makes Lemonade” will … Continue reading
Don’t forget to tune in! Don Jacobson and his wife, Brenda, will be featured on Family Talk with Dr. James Dobson for two episodes, Monday and Tuesday, October 3 & 4. Tune in to hear some amazing stories and their … Continue reading
Well, the advance copies of God Makes Lemonade have arrived in our office! It’s really great to finally have the book in my hands after the months of work and thousands of hours that have collectively gone toward bringing this project to fruition. I’ve been waiting expectantly to see the final version. My wife, Brenda, commented last week after a media interview, “Don, it’s like you’re waiting for the birth of a baby!” This is the first time I’ve been on the author/creator end of the publishing process, and I can say it’s been a new and awesome experience. Continue reading