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|Posté le: Ven 24 Nov - 11:05 (2017) Sujet du message: How tell if an author's e-books should be available?
I'm trying to figure out if there's some system or process for publishers and authors as far as where the books are made available..... (yeah, I know, it's the question doesn't make sense to me either)
A long time ago, a couple years at least (which is about a century in digital terms) there was some big kerfuffle about some <pick your own adjective> publishers refusing to make their ebooks available to libraries. Is this STILL going on?
For example, Brett Battles has a number of books. Over time I've read all but three as epub books. Some I found in the digital catalog of one of the libraries I use. Some I've bought from Amazon and converted to epub so they could be read.
His two newest Quinn books and the newest book aren't available in ANY library - they don't even show up in Overdrive for me. Nor do they exist in the Cloud Library.
I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.
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