Thank you, thank you to all the people who have followed The Twible from its beginnings as a quirky little Twitter novelty to its fruition as a full-fledged book.
A book! And that book is out today. Inside The Twible you’ll find:
- A tweet for each of the 1,189 chapters of the Bible
- A summary of every book of the Bible in seven words or less
- Dozens of informative sidebars (print edition only)
- More than 50 original cartoons
- A glossary telling you who’s who in the Bible
From Genesis to Revelation, The Twible brings the Bible to wonderful, wicked, weird life.
You can click here to buy the book if you are so inclined, or here to enter to win a copy for free on Goodreads. And if you’re not sure, the book is part of the Kindle lending program, so you can also borrow it for free if you’re an Amazon Prime member.
You can even buy a Twible t-shirt at Cafe Press in time for Christmas! Right now there are three different cartoon options on the back of the shirts, including my favorite, which is the Revelation cartoon to the right here. (Arf, arf.) Kudos to Leighton Connor for the awesome artwork.
The print edition of the book retails for $19.99, and is currently on sale at Amazon for $17.95; the Kindle version is just $9.99 but doesn’t include the informative sidebars that are in the print book. (In other words, you’ll be missing sidebars like “WTF is Revelation?” and “Five Deuteronomic Laws We Really Hope You’re Not Observing.”)
I will endeavor in the next weeks not to turn this blog into Spamalot, but I wanted to let you know that The Twible has been born! YAY. Very grateful.