I just enrolled St. Peter’s Brewery in Amazon’s Kindle Match program. If you purchased the book in paperback from Amazon.com, you’ll be able to download the book for free on your Kindle in a couple days.
You can visit Amazon.com to find out more and find any other books you might have that are eligible.
Or if you haven’t ordered your copy of the book – definitely do so!
After nearly two years of having St. Peter’s Brewery available in print and for Amazon’s Kindle devices, St. Peter’s Brewery has finally made it’s way to Apple’s iTunes and iBook app.
Now you can enjoy St. Peter’s Brewery on your favorite iOS device, like your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad.
And for a limited time, St. Peter’s Brewery will be available in iTunes for only $.99!
You can’t get much cheaper than that.
In addition, with this new launch, both the print and Kindle versions have been updated — now with fewer typos per page.
So search St. Peter’s Brewery in iTunes or click here to purchase the book and add it to your favorite iOS device right away.
But don’t take my word for it, here’s what others are saying:
What a great read! Great author, and great story. Mr. Blundell is such an inspiration to me personally. I have been a big fan of his for years. This book yet again displays Jonathan’s ability to inspire people towards a more genuine faith. Down load the book, it’s only .99 cents and it sure to inspire you as well. – Davemcham
“St Pete’s Brewery” is the debut novel from my friend Jonathan “JD” Blundell… and I will be honest from the outset… I am biased.
I think this bias was the cause of considerable angst when I was given a preview copy… I was really worried I’d hate it… but I am glad to admit… I loved it.
JD’s characterisation is wonderful… I can see real people in the words on the page. The people have a depth to them… they are not two dimensional nor are they stereotypes… they are real, warts and all. I really got that.
I also got the way JD paints pictures with his words… he writes in a very visual style… a style I really appreciate and soaked up.
I would recommend this novel. It is a wonderfully engaging and immersive yarn. – Thomas Mathie