The Weekly Roundup is a regular feature alerting you to significant things happening at Logos this week. Take a few moments to check out these newsworthy items for the week of October 1, 2011.
As we have communicated, all upgrade discounts are coming to an end. The response to this news has been overwhelming. Due to higher than expected call volumes, we are extending the discounts for one more day. But act quickly, these discounts end Saturday night, October 1, 2011. Upgrade now!
- Logos 4: Quickly Open a Devotional to Today’s Reading
- Recommended Commentaries: Leviticus
- Vyrso Announces Its Official Launch!
- The Influential Words of Richard Sibbes
- LSJ Receives a Massive Update with the Release of Perseus
- Only Two Days Left—Upgrade Now!
- Today Is Your Last Chance for Upgrade Discounts
- This week, our Facebook followers enjoyed an interesting discussion on the authorship of Hebrews.
Twitter Daily Deals
- Our Twitter followers have been enjoying some amazing Twitter-only daily deals. Each day we offer a new product at 50% off, but the daily deal expires at midnight PST. This past week we marked down the following:
- The Life of our Lord upon Earth
- The One True God
- Through Tears to Triumph
- Christian-Theistic Evidences
- The Life of St. Paul
Follow us on Twitter to get in on the action!
Last Chance Pre-Pubs
These are Pre-Pubs shipping next week. Don’t miss your last chance to pick these up at their amazing Pre-Pub prices!
- The Whole Works of the Rev. John Lightfoot (11 vols.)
- The Scriptures
- Works of Robert J. Breckinridge (10 vols.)
New to Community Pricing this week is the massive 34-volume Medieval Preaching and Spirituality Collection which includes many of the most significant spiritual and pastoral writings of the Middle Ages. With 34 volumes worth over $700.00 in print, this collection is sure to be a steal—get your bid in today.
Classic Commentaries and Studies on Genesis (22 vols.) is over 90%—you don’t want to miss out on this collection of classic commentaries which features well known scholars from the late 19th and early 20th centuries such as August Dillmann, John Cumming, and Robert Smith Candlish. And if you’ve been bidding on all of the Classic Commentaries and Studies we’ve been introducing to Community Pricing, then stay tuned this week for the introduction of an exciting new collection. If you haven’t, you still have time to bid on these collections before they leave Community Pricing!
Logos is hiring! Here are just a few of the newer postings on our Careers page:
Design & Editorial
- Front End Developer
- Press Relations Specialist
- Social Media Coordinator
- Logos Product Marketing Assistant
- Email Marketing Specialist
Was there anything else from Logos you found interesting this week? Leave us a comment and let us know!