The new year is upon us and the Christmas frenzy is over—gifts purchased and opened and enjoyed and returned and broken. And some gifts have already been lost—Lego pieces beneath couch cushions, a solitary glove left somewhere at Grandma’s house, a holiday card wedged in the seat of a postal delivery truck.
And a free eBook that got lost in email inboxes amongst a flood of cyber deals and holiday hustle and bustle.
If you were a blog subscriber on December 11, your email that day contained a link to download my new eBook, The Marriage Manifesto, for free (to find out more about the book and its call to live a rebellious marriage, click here). But many of you have let me know your e-mail was lost amidst the chaos of the season. And I figure a holiday gift is better received late than never, right?
So, here are three ways to get a copy of the book:
1. The Marriage Manifesto is now available for Kindle and Nook for the low price of $2.99. I am thrilled with the way the digital version turned out. I owe a debt of gratitude to several people: my wife for helping me every step of the way, Kristin Vanden Hoek for the cover art, and blog readers Jennifer and Kim who volunteered excellent conceptual and copyediting feedback. Finally, credit for the quality of the final digital copy is due entirely to Erick at YourDigitalBook.com—his meticulous proofreading and high quality conversion process resulted in an excellent final product. My brother says it has the quality of a Stephen King eBook, which is highest praise coming from him.
2. If you are a blog subscriber AND reading this post via email in your inbox, you can click on the link below (“Download The Marriage Manifesto”), and then save the PDF readers copy of the eBook to your computer. NOTE: If you are not reading this post via email, the link will not appear.
3. If you are not yet a blog subscriber, you can click here to subscribe to the blog by email, and your confirmation email will contain the link to download the book. I hope you join us! This Friday I’ll be kicking off the new year with new content, a post entitled, “Why Asking for Help is the Most Courageous Thing You Can Do.”
I hope you enjoy the book. I hope 2013 is a year in which our marriages and our love become rebellious. And I hope we turn our world upside down.