If you can’t find a book, please drop me a note and I’ll let you know if a reprint is due out soon. It’s my publisher’s intention to keep all my books in print, though there are periods when they’re unavailable between printings.
The other user was brand new to the service and posted “hope everyone will visit my page often and find it interesting.” Her first step toward that goal was uploading two books by me.
“Don’t take it personally, it happens to everybody and it’s been going on for years in music.”
The excuses book pirates give are many, and they are myths. Unlike pirates of old, most book pirates don’t own their truth: they’re thieves.
I’m not talking about using libraries or swapping books with friends. I’m talking about making a copy of lesbian fiction books on sites where hundreds of people can read it for free.
Yes, I’m going to talk about how books are sold, the money part. I think it worth saying that as with sausage, if you like it, you might not want to watch it being made.
So that’s the compromise I’m proposing in these difficult times. If you truly cannot afford new books for yourself, buy them when you give gifts this year. Give twice. Once to your friend or loved one, and once to the toiling writer, who hopes to eventually be paid for her effort.
The Dawning specifically pays tribute to the astronauts who died in the Challenger explosion. It will be available as an eBook for the very first time.