My books are available to libraries!
Digital editions of my books are available to libraries through Overdrive and Bibliotheca. This includes my new releases, as well as new editions of many backlist titles. I used to upload directly to Overdrive, but now am using Pronoun (a Macmillan company) to deliver to both of these library portals. Their interface is easier for me, so new releases will appear more quickly on Overdrive than they did before. I also like their version control better.
Print editions of my books are available to libraries through Ingrams. Some of my books are also available in hard cover editions from Ingrams. You can find them on the Collectors’ Editions page here on the site.
My audiobooks are available to libraries through Overdrive and Blackstone Library. Blackstone makes physical cd’s of my audiobooks for libraries, as well as offering digital download licensing.
I’m making steady progress on getting my books listed for sale on GooglePlay again. (Yay!) As of this past weekend, all six Dragons of Incendium books are available there.
We’re working on getting the series information right for all of my various series and book product pages, as well as getting all of the books onto my profile page, but we’re getting there.
You can find Wyvern’s Mate on GooglePlay right here.
My author page—which includes both Claire Delacroix and Deborah Cooke books (but not all of them just yet)—is right here.
I’ve been uploading to GooglePlay using Pronoun, and working by series. Right now, the following series have been uploaded and published:
The Jewels of Kinfairlie—here’s The Beauty Bride on GP.
The True Love Brides—here’s The Renegade’s Heart on GP.
The Champions of St. Euphemia—here’s The Crusader’s Bride on GP.
The Coxwells–here’s Third Time Lucky on GP.
The Prometheus Project —here’s Fallen on GP.
And some onesies 🙂 including Simply Irresistible, Something Wicked This Way Comes, and Highland Heroes.
The GP links have been updated on my websites, and when I catch my breath, I’ll add some more books.
Last fall, I removed my books from GooglePlay because I had issues with pricing. I heard from a few of you that you wanted the books to be available there, so I’ve been seeking a solution.
This past week, I’ve taken advantage of another option. I’m using an aggregator called Pronoun to deliver my titles to GooglePlay. I’ve only uploaded about half of my booklist, and most of those are still in the process of being listed on GP, but they’re on their way. I’ll get the rest uploaded this week. I’ll have to update the links here on the site when the books go live on GP.
As of this morning, The True Love Brides Boxed Set, The Crusader’s Vow, and Simply Irresistible are now available on GooglePlay. We’ll see when the books that were at GP before appear whether the reviews are carried between editions.
The other good thing is that Pronoun’s royalty rate is better for books priced over $9.99US than several portals offer to publishers who upload directly. As a result, my more expensive boxed sets will now be available at all portals, instead of just at iBooks and Kobo. The True Love Brides Boxed Set was just published to Amazon this morning, for example. Here’s the new link.
The author pages at Pronoun look pretty cool. I like that they allow books in a series to be displayed together and in order. They also provide the links at all portals, even the ones that they aren’t distributing the books to.
You can also see how far I’ve gotten with my uploading.
Here’s Claire’s author page at Pronoun.
Here’s Deborah’s author page at Pronoun.