Signalman Publishing Signs with Kobo

It feels like it will be a slow news day today; I've looked over this publisher and I like them. From the press release:

Signalman Publishing, a provider of eBooks for the Amazon Kindle eReader, announced it has signed an agreement with Kobo, a global retailer of eBooks, to distribute Signalman’s library of eBooks using the Kobo platform. Signalman’s first book to be published through Kobo is "The Goat of God" by award winning author Eugene Elander.

"The Goat of God", an historical based novel, tells the story of the original scapegoat, chosen to bear the sins of the Hebrew people at the very first Day of Atonement in the Sinai Desert as described in Leviticus, Chapter 16. The protagonist in the story, Zael, is changed from goat to human in order to bear those sins, finds that he cannot die while still bearing them, and is then tasked to record the Old Testament.

Signalman is a small publisher with 36 titles listed on their site. The titles are a mix of Christian novels and history books from the public domain. I found a lot of their titles at Google Books or Project Gutenberg. I think they might still be worth buying (assuming that Signalman edited the titles rather than just tossing them out there).

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