Yes, I read all about BYE BYE BABY on Twitter, and it sounds great! I
missed the part about 2013, though, which is extreme. The way some early
adopters talk, there might not be such a thing as a traditional book by
Joy, reading Mourners, not Mourning
On 8/7/2010 2:27 PM, Allan Guthrie wrote:
> Watch you don't drop it in the bath, Joy! It so happens that my latest book
> is a police procedural novella called BYE BYE BABY that's currently only
> available digitally. It was due to be published the traditional way last
> month, but the pub date was postponed, initially for a year, and then until
> 2013. Under the circumstances, I was quite keen to put out my own e-version.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Joy"<email@example.com>
> Sent: Saturday, August 07, 2010 6:54 PM
> Subject: Re: RARA-AVIS: Re: Dorchester goes digital and POD
>> But he'll have to buy a new Nook, won't he, Al? And if he can back up
>> his books on his PC, what's to stop him from backing up all of his books
>> on all of his friends' PCs? Problems, problems.
>> I'm not in the market for e-readers anytime in the foreseeable
>> future. I have way too many real books waiting to be read, including one
>> of Al's I just bought.
>> Joy, late adopter, now reading Mourning
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