Last week I ran a “Black Friday” sale on all of my books, both the digital eBook versions and the Paperback versions. Those who bought all my eBooks in one group could get them at 60% off. Those who wanted individual eBooks or paperback copies, could get them at 30% off.
This 30% off deal was good for all books from Redeeming Press, including the books by Maxine Armstrong, Taylor Murray, Dr. Earl Radmacher, and yes, even the new book edited by Eric Carpenter.
The book sale ended yesterday.
Why am I telling you now? Because I want to invite you to learn about such sales in the future, and more than that, to get any FREE BOOKS I give away in the future.
Only those who were on my private email newsletter list were told about the sale.
Furthermore, only those who are on this email list receive free eBooks from me whenever I publish a new book.
And guess what? My newest book will be out before Christmas! If you want to get a digital copy of this book for free, you must subscribe now!
As you can see, I finally decided on a title. Thanks to all of you who provided input. My next book will be called “Dying to Religion and Empire” with the subtitle “Giving up our Religious Rites and Legal Rights.”
The cover is there on the right. What do you think?
This book will be out in a couple of weeks, but free digital copies will only be made available to those who want to receive them by getting on my free email newsletter list.
Just for subscribing, you will be given a free digital copy of my book Skeleton Church.
Also, within a few weeks of subscribing, I will send you three other eBooks by three other authors for free as well.
So if you subscribe now, that means you get 5 free eBooks by Christmas! Two of mine, and three from other authors. Plus, if you keep your subscription active and regularly check your email, you will get all future eBooks I send out for free, as well as any sales or special opportunities on my other books.
Here is the form. Just enter your name and email, and click the red button. You will receive an email which ask you to click a link confirming your email address, and once you’ve done that, you are good to go! You will get access to Skeleton Church immediately, and the other four books will be along soon.
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Ward Kelly says
Doh…I was out of town.
Being one of the old school I still prefer to work with printed matter where I can write, note and scratch at ease. But even so, I realize that things change. Hopefully my 7″ tablet will arrive this week and that will make reading eBooks just a little easier than with the laptop. So, if all goes well, I will in the near future also start discussions on your great titles in my blog. And as far as the latter is concerned, thank you once again for the setup help. The WordPress functionality is very different from the Kwikwap system I have been using on my regular site, but I am working my way through it and have the introductory post up and running.
The cover looks great – clean and simple, yet attracts the attention. I especially like the background image combination that effectively illustrate just that: the background traditions as opposed to the centrality of Christ that the cross in the foreground conveys. I trust the book will be a blessing to many who are having a struggle with their position on the religious rights and legal rights, as well as the manipulation that so often comes from them.
Jeremy Myers says
I am with you. I still read all my books on paper. But lots of people don’t, which is why I make them available digitally.
This book here will be available on paperback through Amazon when it comes out. Several of my other books are as well.
There was a time when it was more economical to order books from the USA than purchase it from a bookshop here in South Africa. Times have however changed and usually the shipping cost exceeds the product cost. My first book was a print on demand edition, but its total cost put it way beyond reasonable level. Consequently I’m sticking to eBook editions now, but with the added special pdf edition that is formatted according to print style. The availability of books in electronic format as afforded me to the opportunity to get hold of books I would otherwise not have been able to do.
Jeremy Myers says
That is a great blessing of ebooks! What is your preferred e-reading device?
I would love to get myself a top level kindle sometime. At the moment I use the laptop only pending delivery of a 7″ tablet on order.
Jeremy Myers says
Yes, I don’t have a Kindle either…