duskpeterson: An apprentice builds a boat as a man looks on. (Default)
As a follow-up to my previous post, here's the list of e-books that will remain available in multiformat for the foreseeable future.


In the series The Eternal Dungeon:

The Eternal Dungeon: a Turn-of-the-Century omnibus (just reissued; I don't yet have the bookstore links at my website).

Rebirth.

Transformation.

The Balance.

On Guard (just reissued; I don't yet have the bookstore links at my website).

The Unanswered Question.

Green Ruin (to be posted at AO3 soon).


In the series Commando:

Spy Hill.


In the series Young Toughs:

AI & Queue (upcoming; also available at AO3).


In the series Master/Other:

Debt Price (also available at AO3).

Pleasure (also available at AO3).


Because of Smashwords's blastedly difficult author dashboard, I've had to take down the titles there tonight (except for the above-mentioned titles). However, my multiformat e-books (all of them) remain available at my OmniLit / All Romance eBooks store (different link than I posted before) and my Gumroad store until at least Thursday, May 19.
duskpeterson: An apprentice builds a boat as a man looks on. (Default)
If you're a Kindle Unlimited member, congratulations. Lots of my e-books will soon be available to you.

If you're not a Kindle Unlimited member but you buy Kindle books, you're not affected in any way. My e-books will still be available for purchase at Amazon.

If you read my e-books in other formats, such as epub or pdf, read on. I offer some suggestions further on for how you can continue to read my e-books.


Which e-books will be appearing in Kindle Unlimited? )
The timeline for placing my e-books in Kindle Unlimited and removing them from other bookstores )
What to do if you don't read Kindle e-books )
Why I'm doing this )

If you have any questions, do e-mail me or post your questions in the comments.
duskpeterson: An apprentice builds a boat as a man looks on. (Default)
I'm looking for someone with a knowledge of finances to take a quick look at an Eternal Dungeon manuscript, 8000 words long, featuring finances. (If you know nineteenth-century American finances, doubly good, but I don't imagine there are many of you like that out there.) The finances in the story are very simple and should be straightforward enough for me to get right, but given my abysmal knowledge of finances, I'm taking no chances.

If you can help out, I'd appreciate it if you'd drop me a line. I'll need your email address to send you the story.
duskpeterson: An apprentice builds a boat as a man looks on. (Default)
Well, after promising the readers of my new feed-list that I'd only be posting here a couple of times a month, I've decided to take part in the ROW80 writers' challenge, which will cause me to post weekly about my progress. I'm awfully sorry about that and hope that such frequency isn't too much of a bother for those of you who receive my blog entries by e-mail (or who are only here for the book announcements). I thought of putting the ROW80 posts elsewhere, but I know that there are a fair number of folks here who are interested in the writing-and-publishing process, so this seemed the logical place to post about the writers' challenge I'm participating in. These weekly ROW80 posts will take the place of my monthly Daily Life entries for October, November, and December.
duskpeterson: An apprentice builds a boat as a man looks on. (Default)
As I've mentioned in the past, I earn my living through writing. Up till now, virtually all of my living expenses have been paid for by a donor. However, that source of money is gradually going to be phased out. This year, the donor - and the small amount of money that Noakes can afford to pay me for rent - will pay for my necessities: food, shelter, and medical care. However, my writing income will have to pay for everything else: my transportation, my professional expenses (books, convention attendance, library subscriptions, computer expenses, etc.), my cat's vet expenses, and so forth.

I'm currently earning $50 a month from my writing. This is a problem.

What this means for my readers )

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