If you can find them, that is.
I don’t use iTunes or iBooks. My heart could no longer take the spike in blood pressure that happened when I tried to use their apps and search engines. But for those with an iron will …
Kirkdale has told me both novels and my Dare You Not to Bore Me with the Bible book are now available as iBooks. After two attempts at Googling the iBook store and getting zero results, someone told me how to find them, so I can tell you now:
Open i-books on a Mac or iPad or other i-device (I guess Windows people just use Kindle). Then make sure you’re in the iBooks store, then use the search box. You can find the books by title or (better) with my name: Michael Heiser.
That works — I just saw it myself on a friend’s Mac.
I got eBooks of both as Kindle files, which is fairly convenient as well. Can read it on my iPhone, or Mac.
Looking forward to The Unseen Realm. Are there any plans to release “I Dare You Not To Bore Me With The Bible” as a Kindle ebook? (and audiobook versions of The Portent and The Facade would be nice, while I’m wishing)Thanks!
not sure on the “Dare You” book; I’ll ask. I’ve heard no talk about Facade and Portent as audio books.
Please make The Facade and The Portent available as audio books…please!
I actually don’t have the permission to just go and do that. Once the licensing for such a thing reverts to me (should I want them, vs. signing a new contract with Kirkdale), I could in theory pursue this on my own, or perhaps crowd source them to a professional. But until then, if you want this done, you’d have to convince Kirkdale to do it.