8 Days & Virtue is also available from the publisher, Divine Providence Press, an imprint of Wiseblood Books, and by request wherever good books are sold.  

Praise for Andrew McNabb's short story collection, The Body of This(re-released in paperback, with four new stories and an introduction by Katy Carl.)

New (3/15/20). Read Andrew's meditation, Against Falseness, Against Fakeness, he​re. 

(11/11/19). Read Andrew's meditation, The Right Way, here

(10/22/19). Read Andrew's meditation, The Battle of Earthly Life, here.  

"The Body of This is a tough little bundle of shards that can as easily cut and make you bleed as it can reflect the one true light...Andrew McNabb is a brave storyteller."

-Bret Lott, author, Oprah's book club pick, Jewel

"Andrew McNabb's thought-jabbing vignettes can be as radically transforming as viniculture, turning the water of everyday experience into the wine of life."

-Joseph Pearce, author, The Quest for Shakespeare

"...exquisite..." (in Standpoint Magazine, U.K.)

-Piers Paul Read, Author, Alive

Listen to Andrew's interview at Church & Culture on Ave Maria Radio (9/20/2014, Hour 1)

“We are now standing in the face of the greatest historical confrontation humanity has gone through. I do not think that wide circles of the American society or wide circles of the Christian community realize this fully. We are now facing the final confrontation between the Church and the anti-Church, of the Gospel versus the anti-Gospel.”  -- Archbishop of Krakow, Karol Wojtyla (who would become St. John Paul II), Philadelphia, 1976

"In 8 Days, Andrew McNabb recounts the ecstatic mystical religious experiences that took place in his life over an eight day period in 2011.  With literary attention, this career short story writer, husband, and father of four details how he was swept up into a place "not quite here" and "not quite there," a place in which he experienced both the ethereal and the terrifying, the awe-inspiring and the confounding.

Virtue is the book-length prose poem, or mystical prayer, that was the catalyst to the author's experiences."

​​​Read Dan Burke's recommendation at SpiritualDirection.com

Listen to Roy Schoeman, author of Salvation is from the Jews, interview Andrew on his weekly radio show on Radio Maria.  (2/28/15)