Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Secret Lives

Confessions of Ellora's Cave authors you'll meet at RomantiCon 09

"I have a chicken for a pet."
--Ruby Storm

His Toys

Sanford Willard is a crafter of toys. Not your standard run-of-the-mill playthings created for the general public, mind you, but items designed for the woman who basks in her sexuality on all levels. He has one more step to complete before taking the adult market by storm and that's to ensure his prototypes are the perfect complement to a woman's body.

One weekend. One thousand dollars on the table for payment to co-worker Melodee Dayton. Forty-eight hours of extreme pleasure in exchange for her honest opinion.

Two consenting adults. A fantasy come true. Get ready to roll the dice of fate.

Line: Exotika (erotica)

Series: none
Book Length: Novella
Book Type: eBook
Publisher: Ellora's Cave
ISBN: 9781419911620



Charlie Horse said...

Will this be available on Kindle?

Lady Jaided said...

Yes, we're in the process of uploading all of our titles to Amazon for Kindle in their proprietary format. In the meantime, you can indeed read our books on a Kindle in a few different ways!

If you have a MobiPocket (.prc) document: Plug your Kindle into your computer with the provided USB cable. Copy the .prc file to the /documents directory on the Kindle device. (When the Kindle is connected to your computer via the USB cable, it shows up in Windows Explorer. Just drag and drop the files into the Book folder of the Kindle.)

If you have an HTML document: Each Kindle has a unique email (established when you bought the device). Email the HTML as an attachment to your Kindle email. The HTML is converted to Kindle format and appears on your device when you select “Check for New Items” from the Home menu.

You can also email the document to and Kindle will convert the doc and mail the converted doc back to your computer. Save the file and transfer it via the USB cable to your Kindle.

If you have a PDF document: Kindle does not currently fully support PDF files—meaning that you can put PDF documents on your Kindle, but the formatting and appearance may not come across well. Email the file to your Kindle (as explained above). You can read the story text with little problem. But graphics (like cover art) will probably be missing, chapters won’t start on new pages, the indenting of paragraphs or centered text may be irregular.

You can also convert the PDF file to a MobiPocket (.prc) format. Download the free MobiPocket Creator program. Once you’ve converted your files, you can transfer them to your Kindle through the USB cable, as described above.

C. James Thomas said...

Right now I just email myself a PDF document but like you said you can't increase font sizes and stuff like that. But great to hear you'll have everything on Kindle soon. That will definitely keep me buying more Ellora's Cave titles in the future. thanks :)

Lady Jaided said...

As soon as the titles are available through Kindle, I'll make the announcement here and everywhere else I can think of. I'm thinking it should be very soon as we've been doing the the conversions for several weeks now. they have to do something on their end after they get our converted files, and we are talking 3,000 titles with 8-10 new ones per week. Next, we'll be doing Sony and after that, uh, guess I shouldn't say what's after that until contracts are signed.