After seeing how easy it was to publish with Amazon, Harris formatted the first year of his “Instant Message” columns and put them up in a digital format.
“I’m hoping people who don’t get the Herald-Press will find ‘Instant Message’ and be encouraged by it, or people who like the columns and would like to have them on their tablets,” Harris said. “The idea of ‘Instant Message’ is a solid Bible study that takes three minutes or less to read. I know how busy we all are and wanted to write something short and encouraging, hoping more people would read it if they see it isn’t very long.”
Harris plans to make the second and third years of his “Instant Message” columns available in the future.
For more information, go to www.Amazon.com or visit www.instantmessagelive.com.