They can shelve it up their…
All Kindles Lead to Rome Exciting Roman news, if news about Roman stuff excites you. Yeah? Well, read on then… Robert Fabbri announced he will have a new short-story exclusively out on Kindle, on 21 May. It’s kind of like a side-project of sorts, to his ‘day job’ of the Vespasian novels, the first of which, Vespasian Tribune […]
I’m trying to. Especially after they stopped delivering for free to Denmark if I ordered over £25. But Margaret Hodge, chair of the public accounts committee in the British Houses of Parliament says we “should” because of Amazon’s tax dodging. Dodging of UK taxes, she means. Here’s a link to The Guardian’s article on the problem. […]
…but. I ordered Bernhard Cornwell’s latest in the (let’s see what they’re calling the series this week) ‘Warrior Chronicles’, The Pagan Lord a good while back. When it was announced I think. I got an email from Amazon last Friday, that they had dispatched the book. It arrived, here in Denmark, Monday morning around 10.00. […]
Should publishers include a digital copy in with the physical?
There’s good points and bad points.
Books, who doesn’t love ’em? Bargains, who doesn’t love ’em? Can we link the two?