The Gospel Uncensored is currently available in softcover, hardcover and Kindle editions at amazon.com. If you would like to order from Amazon, there’s a link in the right column; if you click that link through to Amazon, I get a small commission from Amazon. Every little bit helps.
For information on bulk and vendor discounts (including churches and non-profits), check here or call WestBow’s Customer Service Dept. at 1.866.928.1240.
The Gospel Uncensored is also now available in most major eBook formats:
Or, you should be able to order the book through your local bookstore, as it is available from all major distributors.
As I’ve grown tired of waiting for Westbow to get the additional e-book formats distributed, I have started working directly with Borders.com and BookBrewer to get The Gospel Uncensored formatted for book readers other than the Kindle, including the Nook, Kobo, and iPad. These formats should soon be available through Borders.com, BarnesandNoble.com, as well as from the iBook store. I just need to work out some formatting issues. These formats will probably retail for around $9.99, the same as the Kindle price—although I’m going to see if reducing the price is an option.
Check back for more details.
The Kindle version has been available for some time at amazon.com. Now, Adobe ePub and MobiPocket versions are available from BooksOnBoard.com for $7.88.
It’s my understanding that ePub books can be read by the iPad, Nook, Sony Reader, and other devices. The Mobi format is supposedly supported by Palm, Blackberry and other smartphones, as well as by the MobiPocket reader.
I’m not an expert on reader formats, but you can check with BooksOnBoard to confirm. As reported earlier, a number of eBook formats should be available within the next few weeks, and should be showing up on the appropriate sites soon.