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A Couple of Pieces of News: "Free" books and royalties

Based on the number of "sales" we're saying, perhaps this needs to be said: every book listed is recognized by the system as a "product for sale." But there are a bunch for which we don't actually have ebooks available. For those, the system lists a price of "$0," and when you "buy" one of them, you get a place-holder file that says "there is no ebook of this title available." When, at some point in the future, we do offer free ebooks, there will be a notice on the front page and in this blog.

In other news, the latest batch of sales reports, royalties payments, and last year's tax forms have all been sent out. If you're an author who receives them electronically, and you haven't gotten yours, let me know. If you get them in the mail, they're on their way now.
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