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Michelle Kan is an independent creative based in Wellington, New Zealand.
A filmmaker/videographer by daylight and author of speculative fiction by moonlight, she loves writing dynamic urban fantasy and gentle Chinese fairytales through an aromantic lens. Her debut novel, No More Heroes, was initially written during National Novel Writing Month in 2014 and independently published the following year.
Michelle is passionate about the arts, exploring her cultural heritage through her creative output, and is a lover of graphic novels, video games, action/martial arts films and parkour – all profound influences which helped her shape the content that she likes to produce.
E-books are available in ePub or Mobi formats.
Ever since company founders Tony and Maureen Wheeler stapled together their first guidebook after an epic trip across Asia, Lonely Planet has put travellers at the heart of everything they do, informing and inspiring them with trusted content for print and digital from experts who visit every destination.
Their e-book guides look just as good as their paper counterparts. The PDF version is designed to be as graphic-rich as possible, while the ePub and Mobi versions are formatted specifically for e-ink devices.
Each purchase includes ePub, Mobi and PDF* format e-books.
*Their help pages suggest the PDF versions may include DRM.
Established in 2016 Aurelia Leo is an independent publisher and bookseller.
Located in Louisville, Kentucky they specialize in diverse speculative fiction, namely: horror, fantasy, science fiction, alternate history, and paranormal romance. Their flagship titles are Helios Quarterly Magazine, Selene Quarterly Magazine, and Invictus: Quarterly Comics and Illustrations.
They also stock paper books, so check that the title you want is available in a digital format.
Books are sold as eithe ePub or Mobi format.
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Gaie Sebold has created such a rich universe of worlds and characters in her Babylon Steel novels, that you can't help finding something to enjoy.
For me the two books have been a complete blast and I can't wait for the third... when it arrives.
They are FUN! That's not to say there's no emotion, pathos, danger and risk in them. Not at all.
An absolute riot of multi-world fantasy fiction.
Daughter of the Sun
Oh, wow, this is an enjoyable read. I literally couldn't put it down. It stole my whole day.
It has gripping plot. The characters are lovable. It has a good amount of humor. Also, a lot of rich world building.
The second I finished it I was bummed out because it was over. I wanted to read it again immediately.
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I think its really awesome, and I've been kind of glad someone is trying to build stuff in the eReading space that isn't vertically integrated.