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Watch the Author Q & A with David Hartsough

Posted by Erin Bechtol
05.05.17

David Hartsough joined Pace e Bene on April 27th for a Q & A and discussion about his book Waging Peaceour selection for the April book of the month. Watch the video below for the answers to your questions about David Hartsough’s work, and order your copy of Waging Peace here.

Be sure to join us on May 25th for our discussion with Friar Louie Vitale about his book Love Is What Matters.  Register for the discussion here. See the full list of book discussion dates and authors here.

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