So my new book ‘Genesis: The Bibluffer’s Guide’ is out this week. It’s my 2nd book, and hopefully not the last, but that just depends on whether people buy it. So if you’d like to help this noble pursuit, then, well, you know… http://www.amazon.co.uk/Genesis-Bibluffers-Guide-Paul-Kerensa/dp/0232530750/ And nice reviews welcome on the Amazon site of course!

(On which, if you’ve read, liked and not reviewed my first book ‘So A Comedian Walks Into A Church’, please consider this a humble begging for one… A quick and nice review would go a long way, thanks!)

And there are further deets, chapter samples etc of the new book here: http://us4.campaign-archive2.com/?u=425070d9d6f61d9a0b40edaea&id=777173f2fc&e=017e7d0f1c If you think of anyone who might like it, I’d love it if you’d forward the link to them – or even buy them a copy! Simply put, if it sells enough, the publisher will seek future books, and if it doesn’t, I’ll go and work down a coalmine, and there aren’t many of those left.

Slightly accidentally as a result of all this Christianity/comedy crossover, I’ve been invited to contribute to a number of things in the Godosphere, so should you require more religious programming featuring yours truly, you’ll find me on the following in the next week:

– Co-hosting BBC Surrey’s Sunday morning radio show, this Sunday, 6am-9am – http://www.bbc.co.uk/bbcsurrey

– On Radio 2 from next Friday 28th March with a Pause For Thought, at about 1:30am (repeated 3:30am, or on iPlayer!), and for the next eight Fridays.

– A contribution to the www.40acts.org.uk project, appearing one day in your inbox this Lent if you sign up (different daily articles/challenges on generosity)

– An audio interview on the Methodist Podcast – http://t.co/4xbw98Hzy9

– A written interview with Christian Aid magazine – http://www.christianaid.org.uk/aboutus/who/ca-news/winter-spring-2014/paul-kerensa-interview.aspx

That’ll do for now. Looking a bit too omnipresent, and that’s Someone Else’s job.