Originally Posted by Hatgirl
The ebook store Wizard's Tower Press
is now stocking ebooks from the publisher Prime Books. To celebrate, they are having a sale
on the books from that publisher until the end of 2010. All the £6.49 books are reduced to £4.99 and the £1.99 books to £1.49.
Books eligible include The Hugo Award Showcase 2010, Lightspeed Magazine and The Year's Best Science Fiction & Fantasy 2009 and 2010.
All of the books at Wizard's Tower are DRM-free, with no georestrictions and are available as epub or mobi files.
(FYI this is not like the Fictionwise Multiformat or Webscriptions model. You have to choose which file format you want before you buy, and you can only download it 5 times and within 60 days of purchase)
Why the restrictions? That's kind of lame. Do they really think they are going to get such a deluge of buyers that allowing indefinite downloads will harm their bottom line by eating up bandwidth?