Still admittingly quite pricey, my monograph Moral Transformation in Greco-Roman Philosophy of Mind which was published this past April 2020 is nevertheless now at the lowest price I have seen it this year with 30% off brand new through amazon prime or some used versions at less than $100. This is actually lower than my author discount when you count shipping.
For a comparison with retail pricing at Mohr Siebeck and more info, you can also visit the publisher’s website here, but amazon right now is the most affordable with prime shipping.
I’m still waiting to read some critical reviews of the book. As far as I know, reviewers are assigned and are reading it for Review of Biblical Literature, Bulletin for Biblical Research, Reviews of Biblical and Early Christian Studies, and Ancient Philosophy. Review copies were also sent to other journals (e.g., Journal of Theological Studies, Journal for the Study of the New Testament, Ephemerides Theologicae Lovanienses, Greece and Rome, Biblica, Classical Review, Classical Journal, The Philosophical Quarterly, and more), but I’m unsure if they have been assigned or not. I’m hoping to read these in the near future and push the research claims of my work forward with some robust and helpful dialogue among peer-reviewers. We shall see.
In the meanwhile, I am grateful for the book notices and interviews at Michael Bird’s blog Euangelion, Nijay Gupta’s blog Crux Sola, and Phil Long’s blog Reading Acts. Not a bad way to end the 2020 year!