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26th of March, 2018
Get reading some great science fiction by women in this read-along with Gemma Todd.
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13th of February, 2018
A weekly series featuring great independent e-bookshops, this time it's Science Fiction.
Started in 2012 as a Kickstarter-funded short-story magazine, Fireside Fiction now also sell their own e-books, direct from their online shop.
There are only a few titles for now, but alongside their magazine back issues, there's plenty of reading material to choose from.
E-books are provided in both ePub and Mobi formats.
Founded by publishing veteran Chris McVeigh, Fahrenheit Press publishes crime fiction from the noir, hard-boiled to the experimental.
They've only recently started selling direct from their website, but when asked if their e-books are DRM-free, they responded with: "Yup. Entirely. Cause we're not twats...", which is good enough for me.
Fahrenheit certainly do things differently, so are definitely a publisher, and now retailer, to watch out for.
"We're intent on doing things differently and we're building a publishing company that's heavy on curation and deadly serious about marketing."
Books are available in either ePub or Mobi formats.
Occasional e-book bundles are BoH's business.
The bundles are usually RPG-related, with an emphasis on rulebooks and supplements, and are normally provided as PDFs, but ocassionally as ePub and Mobi.
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