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Old 08-19-2010, 12:35 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by snape View Post
Cemetery Dance has also started testing the digital waters. Right now it looks like the only e-books available on their site are linked to Amazon for download, but I know they sent out an e-mail a couple months ago with an offer for an in-house supported e-book as a test bed.
Oh, that's right. I meant to check out their e-books. While I am Kindle-less, I do have Calibre, and that should be able to convert their e-books. I checked the listing on Amazon, and it said "Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited." IIRC that might mean they don't have DRM and thus can be converted.

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I'm a HorrorMall fan/customer, too. They have some great niche books that aren't at the library or easily available anywhere else.
I found a lot of variety just from HorrorMall's digital section alone. When Leisure goes all digital, they wil be completing with HorrorMall and similar companies. From what I can tell, the small presses have better websites and better marketing.
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