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Author:  Roy [ Sun Sep 30, 2007 9:34 pm ]
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Crimewave 9 is now on sale at Fictionwise. :D

Go to http://www.fictionwise.com, where, at the moment, it says “New MultiFormat Publishers! Fictionwise welcomes TTA Press” near the top. Follow the link and you’ll see Crimewave. You can see the ebook description page at http://www.fictionwise.com/eBooks/eBook51106.htm

Crimewave is a ‘MultiFormat’ ebook which means it is unencrypted and available in a variety of formats for handheld devices and computers. See http://www.fictionwise.com/help/eBook-formats-FAQ.htm the Fictionwise FAQ. Fictionwise have formats for various ebook readers, PDAs, mobile phones and laptops and I think purchasing any one format gives you access to all. If I’m wrong about that I sure our electronic editions editor, Pete Bullock, will correct me.

At present the e edition is not available direct from the TTA or T3A site. :cry:

If you order one let us know what you think. :?:

Author:  Roy [ Thu Dec 13, 2007 9:19 pm ]
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Fictionwise are keen to support every major eBook device, and this week they have announced that all MultiFormat eBooks at Fictionwise are now available for the Amazon Kindle and the Sony Reader. This is even true for MultiFormat eBooks customers have purchased previously!

For Sony Reader just select "Sony Reader (LRF)" and for Kindle select "Kindle (AZW)" from Fictionwise’s MultiFormat download menu.

Kindle customers can now register their Kindle email address at Fictionwise and upload ‘wirelessly’ with a single click from their bookshelf! (Amazon's 10-cent wireless charges apply.) For complete details on how to set this up, click here

Author:  Roy [ Thu Mar 13, 2008 2:14 pm ]
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Just thought I ought to mention here that the Fictionwiseversion of Crimewave 9 is now only $5.99. Now there's a bargain for those of you with the requisite devices and technology.

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