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Old 08-19-2010, 10:02 AM   #1
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DRM-free Horror Books at HorrorMall

First, I am not associated with the site except that I probably spent too much money there last night.

Second, here is the link:
http://www.horror-mall.com/Digital-E...p-1-c-370.html

The prices vary depending on the length of the book, but there are still bargains. The reprint of Chet Williamson's Ash Wednesday is still $2.99, the preorder price, although it came out a few days ago. This might be a mistake, or it might be an on purpose. Prices for novels range from $4.99 to $7.95, but keep in mind that these are e-books of small press editions that can $14.95 to $40.00 for limited editions.

I searched, and there were a couple of threads about this site in 2009, but I wanted to mention it again as I had forgotten about it until recently. And of course they have more titles now. With Dorchester Publishing and their Leisure Horror line going digital (with delayed trade paperbacks), I started looking for other sources of horror. Because they publish digital editions from a number of small press horror publishers, HorrorMall turned out to be a great find. Some of the Leisure authors are available in digital (and print) editions here. Many of these authors are names that are familiar to me from paperbacks I have bought before, and the others are familiar to fans of horror specialty publishers.

Anyone have other suggestions of specialty presses that started out offering only print but now offer the "digital" option? I know many small presses want to avoid that because they publisher collectible editions, and they don't want to destroy the demand for their books. I understand that because it's difficult to stay afloat in that market. But dang it, some people just want to read the books instead of only reading about them.
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