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26th of March, 2018
Get reading some great science fiction by women in this read-along with Gemma Todd.
10th of March, 2018
A weekly series featuring great independent e-bookshops, continuing with a look at Crime.
5th of March, 2018
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13th of February, 2018
A weekly series featuring great independent e-bookshops, this time it's Science Fiction.
3rd of February, 2018
A weekly series featuring great independent e-bookshops, starting with Romance.
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.
What people are currently reading on Libreture
Web of Lifeby Trashheap: Reading EPUB
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You Humanby Aa5an: Reading EPUB
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A selection of readers' favourite books from their libraries.
Seeing Doubleby Kevin: Read EPUB
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Concrete Islandby Mrnigelgreen: Read MOBI
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A selection of books recommended by readers on Libreture.
The Outskirter's Secretby Kevin: Read
The amazing second book in what is, so far, an outstanding fantasy series.
The Outskirter's Secret expands on the concepts in the first book, but takes us out of the relative safety of the Inner Lands and into the wilderness of the Outskirts.
I can't believe I've only just started reading this series and am already on the third book.
Still a MUST READ.
Europe in Autumnby Kevin: Read
Europe in Autumn, Europe at Midnight and Europe in Winter by Dave Hutchinson, combine a believable and prescient view of a soon-to-be Europe with a strange, almost fantastical twist.
It reminds me in part of China Miéville's The City and the City, while also showing flashes of William Gibson's Pattern Recognition, with its "technocultural future-present" setting.
All three are great reads!
Fuzzy Nationby Trashheap: Reading
Actually DRM free from B&N's Nook store. Mentions being DRM Free before the prologue.
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Kevin added 18/04/2018