History in the Bible Podcast

Book Announcement: The History in the Bible Podcast Companion

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A Book Set to Accompany the Show

The History in the Bible Podcast Companion is a projected set of four books, published by Amazon. I am pleased to announce the publication of the first volume, Essential Resources.

The First Volume Essential Resources is Now Available

Although the first to be published, Essential Resources is volume four in the set. The first three volumes will consist of the scripts of each of the three broadcast seasons. They will be published in coming months. I figured that listeners might not want to pay for the scripts they can listen to for free, but might be happy to cough up a few bucks for a physical reference work.

Cover of Essential Resources, volume 4 of the Companion

Essential Resources, consists of an enhanced version of all the material on this website, material it is impossible to convey aurally in a podcast. It is not a weighty tome. The volume is a paperback, in standard US paperback size (6×9″, 15×23 cm). The book is 150 pages in length, and in full colour. It is full to the brim with tables, charts, time-lines, and figures.

The book is published by Amazon, and only available from them. That’s the deal when you publish with Amazon. It sells for $US 12. Of that, I get a whopping two bucks. I’m not making money out of this, people. I have no idea how much it will cost in your country. Since Amazon uses many different printers for its books, I have no control over the physical quality of the book. My own author copies look just fine.

There will not be a hardback edition, nor a Kindle edition. A Kindle edition is just photons dancing in the air, and you can get that experience already from this website.

Where To Buy It

If you decide to buy a copy, I do hope you enjoy it and find it a worthy companion to your podcast listening..

You can buy it from these regional Amazon market-places:

For whatever reason, it is not availale from Amazon Australia. Oh, the irony.

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