On Writing & Publishing by Robin D. Owens

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Friday, December 17, 2010

Enchanted No More Shipping/Out December 21

There's the amazon link. I hope you all love.

Robin

6 Comments:

OpenID estara said...

Do you know if it will be available at other ebook retailers soon, too? Although Harlequin usually is pretty good with that. I'd probably be able to get it at their ebooks site, too, come to think of it.

12:45 PM  
Blogger FantasyAuthor RobinDOwens said...

It should be available for download. A note, for reasons unknown to me, I get less royalties if you buy from the HQ website.

Robin

1:58 PM  
OpenID estara said...

Do you get less royalties in general from ebooks? Or only if I buy at the Harlequin site?

I don't usually buy there anyway, BooksonBoard and Kobo have been quite good (haven't found any announcement there of Enchanted No More, though, but neither have I found that at the Harlequin ebooks site) and I can get other publishers at their sites, but I thought ebook royalties were as good as or better than printed royalties.

I have started preferring ebooks as a reader since a) my space on my shelves is running out and b) my eyes have gone troublesome - increasing the fontsize is a real bonus.

3:09 AM  
Anonymous kmac said...

What has happened? I just got notified by Amazon that the book would not be shipped for 3-4 weeks, but that it was available on Kindle (which, unfortunately, I don't have).

8:47 AM  
Blogger FantasyAuthor RobinDOwens said...

All right, I'm not sure anymore about whether I get more royalties from amazon vs. the harlequin site.

So, I apologize.

Kmac, I don't understand what has happened. I know they said they were shipping and now they're not. I HATE when that happens to me as a reader.

BN.com doesn't even have it as a paperback.

Borders.com says available on the 28th.

Check out alibris.com they seem to be shipping there.

Robin

9:12 AM  
Anonymous RedWolfeXR said...

It looks like the hero's suffered a name change from the blurb to the final MSS. :)

I prefer ebooks too, but Amazon has just abandoned (essentially) the secure mobi format -- only as its converted to Kindle.

Fictionwise has stopped using it mostly for ereader which I hate. (sigh)

If only Amazon would allow the Kindle to read Secure Mobi directly then I would convert my whole library over. (don't mind me, FW has really annoyed me since B&N bought them)

3:11 PM  

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