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  • Re: Lexham titles that aren't in Logos or Faithlife Ebooks

    Adam and NB.Mick are correct. There are a number of titles acquired from Weaver that have not yet completed production in Logos format. They should be available soon.
    Posted to Lexham Press by Jake Mailhot on Sat, Oct 6 2018
  • Re: Missing prepub discount?

    [quote user="Mattillo"]Will this show on our pre-order page or will it be added to our account after it goes live?[/quote] It will be added to your account after it goes live.
    Posted to General by Jake Mailhot on Tue, Sep 11 2018
  • Re: Missing prepub discount?

    [quote user="Mattillo"] Just noticed this Lexham title today. Looks interesting but doesn't have a discount. Error? [/quote] There is no pre-order discount for this title at this time. Lexham offers pre-order discounts on select titles, mainly because our titles are already funded and don't fall into the traditional Pre-Pub program. [quote user="Bobby
    Posted to General by Jake Mailhot on Tue, Sep 11 2018
  • Re: Allen P. Ross - Malachi Then and Now: An Expository Commentary Based on Detailed Exegetical Analysis

    This title was among the new titles we acquired from the Weaver Book Company earlier this year. We've been working hard to bring them into Logos, but they're still in development. Since the print stock was already in hand, we've had an easier time bringing the print editions of these titles into our catalog.
    Posted to General by Jake Mailhot on Tue, Sep 11 2018
  • Re: Excessive price difference

    Thanks everyone for providing valuable feedback for us. Here's a quick note from Lexham's Publisher: Hi everyone, Some of you have noted that our Logos preorder price for Angels is quite a bit higher than Amazon’s Kindle pre-order price. ($19.99 versus $5.99). The reason is that Lexham has been using the Kindle edition lately to do some pricing
    Posted to General by Jake Mailhot on Wed, Sep 5 2018
  • Re: EEC Update

    Mattillo, Thanks for checking in again. I currently have no new updates regarding the EEC. I'll see if Derek has anything to add. As for the volumes without a publication status, I'll refer you to my post from May: [quote user="Jake Mailhot"] When we updated the product page with the new publication status updates, we removed all of the estimated release
    Posted to Lexham Press by Jake Mailhot on Wed, Aug 8 2018
  • Reversing Hermon by Michael Heiser now available in Logos again

    The digital rights for Reversing Hermon have been settled and this resource is now available for purchase on Logos.com , LexhamPress.com , and Faithlife Ebooks . Enjoy!
    Posted to Lexham Press by Jake Mailhot on Fri, Jun 22 2018
  • Re: Lexham Press on Michael Heiser books, but not on Faithlife

    Thanks for your concern. For the past few months, Lexham has been running a pricing experiment with our titles on Kindle. Our goal has been to find a price where our products still retain value (vs. run of the mill $0.99 ebooks) while providing a "no-brainer" price for our customers. Because of the complexity of listing products on both Faithlife Ebooks
    Posted to Faithlife Ebooks (formerly Vyrso) by Jake Mailhot on Mon, Jun 11 2018
  • Re: Lexham English Bible

    [quote user="Whyndell Grizzard"] Are there any plans to put this in a dead tree version? [/quote] Lexham Press currently has no plans to release a print version of the Lexham English Bible. We've had conversations about it and it's been one of our most consistent customer requests, but the logistics of developing, printing, and marketing a new Bible
    Posted to General by Jake Mailhot on Fri, May 18 2018
  • Re: EEC Update

    André, When we updated the product page with the new publication status updates, we removed all of the estimated release dates (as we said we would). For the volumes that we don't have any concrete update for (as provided by Derek), we did not include a publication status at all. This does not mean that they are not currently being worked on
    Posted to Lexham Press by Jake Mailhot on Thu, May 10 2018
  • Re: EEC Update

    Here's what I just received from Derek: Jeremiah: In Writing Leviticus: In Writing Galatians: In Writing Daniel: In Review with Series Editors Joshua: In Review with Series Editors Ecclesiastes: In Writing 1 & 2 Chronicles: In Review with Series Editors I'm not sure how far along the manuscripts are for those volumes still being written. For the
    Posted to Lexham Press by Jake Mailhot on Thu, May 3 2018
  • Re: EEC Update

    Some EEC News: We have confirmed release date for Amos, Jonah, & Micah: May 18. We'll also have an interview with the author, JoAnna Hoyt, that will be posted to the Logos Talk blog soon. Thanks for your patience.
    Posted to Lexham Press by Jake Mailhot on Wed, Apr 18 2018
  • Re: EEC Update

    [quote user="Dan Francis"] I tossed the EEC into my cart and even though the page said 44 volumes it is listed in the cart as 43 volumes why the discrepancy? [/quote] Dan, This is an artifact from when the James volume was removed from publication. When a replacement volume is produced, it will be automatically unlocked for any user who had purchased
    Posted to Lexham Press by Jake Mailhot on Tue, Mar 20 2018
  • Re: Cancelled on CP

    Hello all, Thanks for your concern about these two Lexham Press projects. I'd like to give a little explanation about why they were cancelled. Both of these projects have languished on Community Pricing for a while now without reaching the threshold for production. The Bible in Seven Acts was posted five years ago! This project was originally conceived
    Posted to General by Jake Mailhot on Fri, Mar 16 2018
  • Re: EEC Update

    [quote user="Nord Zootman"] Where are you going to do this? Will it continue to be simply here in the forums when complaints are aired? [/quote] We'll use a combination of these forums, the Lexham or Logos blog, and email to communicate these updates. We want to be more proactive in our communication about the EEC. Our current plan is to provide a regular
    Posted to Lexham Press by Jake Mailhot on Thu, Mar 15 2018
  • Re: EEC Update

    [quote user="Mattillo"] Will the Logos EEC page be the place to go for updates or is it better to go to the Lexham Press EEC page? [/quote] Both pages will be updated. [quote user="Mattillo"] any updates on the Jeremiah volume? [/quote] No updates as far as I know. Derek may have more in his more detailed update he's working on.
    Posted to Lexham Press by Jake Mailhot on Thu, Mar 15 2018
  • Re: EEC Update

    From Brannon Ellis, Publisher of Lexham Press: Friends of the EEC, On behalf of Lexham Press and Faithlife, I’d like to thank all of you for your continued patronage of the Evangelical Exegetical Commentary series. When we set out to publish the EEC, as some of you will remember, Lexham didn’t yet exist as a publishing house, and our company
    Posted to Lexham Press by Jake Mailhot on Thu, Mar 15 2018
  • Re: EEC Update

    [quote user="Mattillo"] - Jeremiah isn't listed at all but if you go to Lamentations it is part of a set that contains both... am I getting dynamic pricing for Jeremiah since I own it? Also, from your earlier post at the top of this set, you mention it was in a review phase. Is that almost done? - Song of Songs is listed but if you go to that link it
    Posted to Lexham Press by Jake Mailhot on Thu, Mar 8 2018
  • Re: Please Update Logos Now Memeber Page

    The Lexham Press discounts have been updated for this month.
    Posted to Logos Now by Jake Mailhot on Wed, Feb 7 2018
  • Re: EEC Update

    Thanks all for your questions about the EEC. We're working on a comprehensive update for the series, we should be able to share it soon. The EEC website was recently retired and now EvangelicalExegeticalCommentary.com redirects to a landing page on LexhamPress.com. This landing page will be much easier to maintain.
    Posted to Lexham Press by Jake Mailhot on Thu, Feb 1 2018
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