What 2019 Holds for Texas Parole Now

We at TexasParoleNow.com and our sister site RebellionBooks.com hope that you have a great New Year.

2019 holds some exciting times for us. We are working on a new FREE book for friends and family of inmates. This book contains information on visitation, commissary accounts, phone calls, and much more. Look for it at the end of the first quarter of 2019.

In addition, we are working on a Post Prison Survival Guide to help inmates reintegrate back into society. This book should be ready by the end summer of 2019.

As always, we continually update our book How To Prepare A Texas Parole Packet with information from the Texas Prison System and the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. The 2019 Edition of How To Prepare A Texas Parole Packet will be released by mid-January.

When we first released How To Prepare A Texas Parole Packet, the book sold for $34.95 plus $8.95 shipping for a total of $43.90. We have not raised our prices since 2012 even though the number of pages, the cost of printing, and shipping costs have increased.

The 2019 Edition of How To Prepare A Texas Parole Packet has significantly more pages which increases our printing costs. Therefore, effective February 1, 2019, the price of the bundled version (printed plus PDF copy) of How To Prepare A Texas Parole Packet will increase from $34.95 to $39.95. The price of the downloadable ebook will increase from $29.95 to $33.95. We have two printed copies of the 2018 edition still available at the old price and we will be including the new material as a separate supplement, but the price will remain $34.95 for those last two bundles. It’s a great way to save a few dollars and receive all the same information.

The increase will enable us to continue to provide the quality of service you have come to expect from our team. If you have any questions about the price increase, please do not hesitate to contact us using our contact form.

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