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anthologies available as ebooks
Bella
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I've been going through most of my anthology contracts in preparation for selling e-rights to those not yet available in electronic format. (I'll be contacting contributors for those books OP.

But while checking things out, I've discovered that some of my books(with or without Terri) are already available as e-books and I had no idea. For those interested:

Troll's Eye View
kindle and nook

The Coyote Road
kindle and nook


The Beastly Bride
kindle and nook


Poe for the Kindle and
at Waterstones

not Nook--the nook is currently being negotiated.

The Del Rey Book of Science Fiction and Fantasy for the kindle

If you had no idea - does that mean that not only were you not notified they were being released in an e-book edition, but also that you haven't been receiving royalties on them? Or just didn't notice or they weren't broken out as separate line items? All scary prospects. Hope they're profitable for you in the new format.
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Definitely the first.
I see nothing reflected in my Penguin royalty statements (the first three titles above)

As far as Poe and The Del Rey Book of SF/F I haven't gotten royalty statements from them in at least two years (for POE) and one year from Ballantine (but looking at the March 31 2010 royalty statement from Ballantine they DO count e-copies, I'm happy to say).

Edited at 2011-07-01 02:51 am (UTC)
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