All book titles (save the two Bibles and pamphlet) have individual book pages, with Tables of Contents, Introductions, excerpts, large photos of front and back covers, and sometimes reviews. Click on any book icon or written title to access these info-pages.
ROCK-BOTTOM PRICING / INCREDIBLE ONGOING 67% SAVINGS ON E-BOOKS
List prices for my own Lulu paperbacks are $19.95, $20.95, and $21.95, with standard Lulu discounts of 20-30%, depending on number of pages, resulting in very reasonable consumer prices of $13.97, $14.96, $15.96, $16.76, and $17.56. I offer you the lowest prices I possibly can. Please reciprocate with a purchase! This is my full-time work, and book royalties are my primary income.
All of my own ePubs and Mobi’s and AZWs are sold for the bargain price of $2.99 (if you purchase them at my new booksite, I receive a higher percentage). My “official” publishers set their own prices for e-books (usually $9.95 or higher); I have no control over that. But on my own site, you save 67% compared to the standard publisher list prices of e-books (usually $8.99).
ePub files are able to be read on virtually all mobile, hand-held devices, such as iPod, iPad, iPhone, BlackBerry, Sony Readers, Barnes and Noble Nook, Bookeen, Cybook Opus, Mobi, Kobo E-Reader, Android devices, and Amazon Kindle (with an easy file conversion). Some of my ePubs are DRM-protected, however, and it is generally thought that only non-protected ePubs can be read on Kindle. But there is a way (at least on Kindle Fire), to read DRM-protected ePubs, too (link two / link three). In any event, all of my PDFs can be read on Kindle, for sure.
Amazon Kindle books can be read on other devices, with the aid of various apps. You may have to install the free program Adobe Digital Editions. The free Bluefire Reader app allows one to read DRM ePubs on iPod, iPad, iPhone, and Androids (see detailed guide / guide #2). Several of my titles are sold at iTunes (listed below). See a more general guide for mobile e-book reading. Firefox users can get the EPUB Reader Add-on. The Epubor and e-Book Converter sites are very helpful. See also additional instructions for Sophia Institute Press e-Books: compatible with Kindle, Nook, etc.
Mobi files can be read on Amazon Kindle Fire devices, as can ePubs. See an article with more information on that. AZW files (superior to mobis: see more info.) are also able to be read on Amazon Kindle Readers.
Be sure to patronize your local Catholic bookstores as well. I am deeply grateful to all such bookstores that carry my books and those that recommend them. I urge you to visit your local store, and buy a lot of books (not just mine!).
¡Revelación!: 1001 respuestas de la Biblia a las preguntas teológicas (Spanish translation of Revelation! by Kevin Bingaman: Sep. 2016, 248p)
Révélation !: 1001 réponses bibliques à des questions théologiques (French translation of Revelation! by Benoit Meyrieux: April 2017, 268p)
“La Virgen de los católicos”: ¿Muy al contrario de la Biblia? (Spanish translation of “The Catholic Mary” by Lizette Sellar Moon: June 2017, 220p)
Catholic Theology and Apologetics: Multiple Topics
History of Christian Theology and Doctrine
[third revised edition includes much material from Byzantine Catholic Fr. Deacon Daniel Dozier]
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