Monday, March 31, 2008

e-Darkyn

I'm finishing the last of the edits today on Rob's story. Listen for the thunk, this time I think it's going to register on the Richter scale.

I have a visually-impaired reader who wrote to me and is looking for e-book versions of my Darkyn novels. As far as I know the only one in electronic format is Evermore, but then I usually am the last one my publisher tells (because of course why would the author need that sort of info, right?)

Anyway, has anyone seen the first four novels out there anywhere in e-form? If you have, and have a bookseller name or linkage, please post it in comments.

5 comments:

  1. Evermore is available as an e-book? *squeals* Which site is selling it?

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  2. Evermore's the only one I can find. Congrats on finishing Rob!

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  3. Wow! If the book is anything like the preview you gave us...then *sml hyperventilation* I can hardly wait. Congrats also on finishing it! Any more previews?? :)

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  4. Nope and I've looked. High and low.

    Generally, if it's available it would be thru the major ebook sites like the Sony store, ebooks.com, Diesel or ereader.com and it would be at most, if not all. But...sniffle. They aren't there.

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  5. If you donate a print copy (not an ARC as they can't use them) to Benetech's Bookshare.org project (http://www.bookshare.org) they can be scanned and put into acessible format (braille and text-only DAISY) for people with print disabilities. Bookshare.org is a non-profit organization that operates under the Chaffee amendment to copyright law.

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