EISENBRAUNS, which specializes on ancient Near East and Biblical studies, has been offering a free book to the first 25 people who responded by sending an email to their marketing department.
I read about this over at Jason Button's blog (Theosource), but thought I was probably too late by the time I saw it. However, I visited the site and decided to give it a try - and I received my book in yesterday's mail.
You have no control over the book that you will receive and the material is not always conservative, but I received a book that I am looking forward to reading entitled, The Uttermost Part of the Earth: A Guide to Places in the Bible by Richard R. Losch.
The book came quickly and as advertised and even the shipping was free.
The note that Jason posted that alerted me to this said,
Yes, this is real, not a late April Fools joke. To win your free book, be one of the first 25 to send an e-mail to marketing at eisenbrauns.com with your name and address. These are new, recently published books, we choose from over 25 titles and we pay the freight!"I looked for the quote on the site and could not find it except in an RSS feed, but when I sent an email, I got a positive response and now I have a free book.
So, stop over at www.eisenbrauns.com and look around and see if you can get a free book.
Just my thoughts,