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Rock & Sling returns!
If you follow Relief's twitter account, then you may remember hearing us mention @rockandsling back in April when we were at the 2010 Festival of Faith & Writing. In case you missed the tweet, we were announcing the return of a fellow Christian literary journal, Rock & Sling.
Rock & Sling disappeared from the literary world a couple years ago, but they have returned with the backing of Whitworth University. They are presently offering subscriptions, and we recommend you look into getting one. After you've signed up for a subscription for Relief, of course. ;)
Be sure to check them out at www.rockandsling.com.
Free .pdf of 4.1
If you received a copy of Relief 4.1, then we have an offer for you to get a free copy of the .pdf file so you can read it on your computer, e-book reader, etc. All you have to do is write a review of Relief 4.1 on Amazon.com or GoodReads.com. Once you've posted a review, put the link in a comment to this post, and we will send you the .pdf of 4.1 within 24 hours. (Offer expires July 24, 2010.)
My Name is Russell Fink a Kindle Bestseller
Michael Snyder's first book, My Name is Russell Fink, is #2 of 100 on Amazon's "Bestsellers in Kindle Store" page. The digital text download is currently FREE, so head on over to the Bestsellers page and get yourself a copy! Michael Snyder's story "Normal People"--mentioned in Robert Garbacz's blog on texture last night--can also be found in digital form on our Scribd page under Issue 3.1.
In case you missed it...
Relief is thoughtfully reading through some Psalms during this Lenten season, and you are more than welcome to join us. In case you missed the first post on Left Relief, click here.
We are also sold out of Issue 3.2. A blog was written about the details of the sell out, but, in case you missed it, click here.