Letters in Vessels

Xulon author's memoir tells the story of getting to know who God is and about his spiritual journey.

Letters to God: A Non-Fiction Approach to Developing a Relationship with God

Xulon author's memoir tells the story of getting to know who God is and about his spiritual journey.


Anthony Diamandi’s book Letters in Vessels: A Memoir ($13.49, paperback, 9781630501365; $6.99, e-book, 9781630501372) is available for purchase.


Letters in Vessels: A Memoir is a non-fiction story about Anthony Diamandi, a Navy veteran who wrote a letter to God when he was a young man. The letter began a relationship resulting in many more letters. Letters in Vessels is a culmination of those letters, each telling the story of Diamandi’s journey with Jesus. Inside this book are the experiences that life presents including the mountaintops, low valleys, and everything in between.


“I hope that my experiences in Letters in Vessels will encourage all readers and let them know that God can be met anywhere, anytime, by anyone. I also hope that this book will be able to help them in their own adventure with Jesus,” said Diamandi.


Anthony Diamandi was born in Key West and has been writing short stories, songs, and poems most of his life and received a Navy Achievement Medal for writing articles in the Skywriter Newspaper, Atsugi Japan.  He was also stationed on Aircraft Carriers USS Abraham Lincoln and USS Nimitz where he embarked on five deployments, including operations in support of Iraqi Freedom campaign and Banda Aceh Tsunami relief. Most of his experiences in the Navy have either indirectly or directly influenced the writing of Letters in Vessels.  Anthony currently resides in Seattle Washington with his son Tony.  


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Xulon Press, a division of Salem Media Group, is the world’s largest Christian self-publisher, with more than 12,000 titles published to date. Letters in Vessels: A Memoir is available online through xulonpress.com/bookstore, amazon.com, and barnesandnoble.com.



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