Signed Book Giveaway!

At long last, I am happy to announce that Called: What Happens After Saying Yes to God is available for purchase “wherever books are sold” (I’m still not entirely sure what that means…) Until the end of today, you can get a kindle version for only $.99 on (returning to $9.99 tomorrow) or you can order a paperback version from

But let’s say you don’t want to buy the book, you just want to read the book. And let’s say, on top of that, you want your copy signed, not just some random one off the rack. Well, besides being really demanding (just kidding!) you’re also in luck! I’m giving FIFTY free copies away this week. All you have to do is enter the contest by clicking here. The website will randomly select fifty people Saturday evening, and I plan to have them shipped out by Monday or Tuesday of next week. Unfortunately, because of the high cost of international shipping, I have had to limit the contest to residents of the United States (sorry Canadians… the video says you’re included but I had to change that after filming!)

Best of luck to everyone!

Also, if you get a book yourself and want to share, use the hashtag #CalledtheBook with a picture of your self holding the book or a favorite quote to connect with other readers! I’d love to see where the book ends up and what people think!


3 Comments on “Signed Book Giveaway!

  1. I’d like a signed copy but not a free copy. Just another complication….

  2. Hi Br Casey
    Congratulations for the edition and publication of your very first title! I hope there’ll be many more to come…

    As you know, I follow and write you from Barcelona, in Spain (Europe).
    Is it true you’ve not found the way to ship a signed version to my post box? Oh, my!
    Not even if I pay for it? Surely, you can post one to my address and I could pay as received, or however it may be called in English…
    Come on, my brother!!!
    Best of luck and blessings to you from beyond the ocean!
    Toni x

  3. Congats on your new book Brother.
    Looking forward to reading it. You have a great talent in getting your point across to folks.
    I’m buying a few copies and I’m giving them out as b’day gifts. So good luck,
    by the way I discovered The Flowers of St. Francis on You tube video. It’s 8 hrs. long, but it’s so much easier and faster than reading the book. I read the book years ago . I think it took me two weeks. Funny, my parents grew up with no t.v.. They bought one in 1956, only because it was the latest craze in Ireland. They grew up with radio for entertainment. Today we’re growing up with computers for enjoyment. Who would’ve thought that in 1956? I’m looking forward to reading your book. Do you have one more year for ordination to deacon,
    or are you one now?

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