Monthly Archives: April 2009

I don’t know why the batch file isn’t pulling (non) descriptions

Maybe tomorrow.  There’s always a chance.  Then I can add tags!

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Lits are updating

Sorry for paragraph breaks.  Dunno why it happened.  Err, still better than…. Diskfive uploads as we speak.

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Ebook 30,000

Man Who Saw the Future. Yay.

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In No Particular Order

First 10k of the .lits has been redone and uploaded.  They upload fast.  Convert, not so much.  Hopefully, disks three and four will be done soon (tonight).  I had to redo Disk One.  ‘Cuz I forgot the “Remove Paragraph Spacing” … Continue reading

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And, You Can Find The Olympia Press in Homepage Searches on Amazon

This has had a very… nice… impact on sales, though it’s early. I’d always assumed certain titles might be sub-rosa, and in fact, sorta been color coding them for about three years now.  Problem was, the Ophelia Press name, first … Continue reading

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And Slashdot Mentions It

Instead of vague Orwellian censorship and search results listing deletion, just do the Safe Search Option in everybody’s profile. Lets the bible-belters know where to look

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In a slight defense of the “glitch”

From searching around, it turns out that Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual Transgender ebooks in the Kindle store have kept their sales ranks, when other adult ebooks did not keep them (and, in the Kindle store, far as I can recall, never … Continue reading

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Well hell, if y’all are gonna fight for smut!

Please, go right ahead, twitterati.  I’m starting to tear here. Note, while rankings for books weren’t a big deal, the bigger problem, as Dear Author reported, is the way certain publishers disappear from sales ranks. The Olympia Press, despite essentially … Continue reading

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Raining on an Easter Parade

While I’m normally amused to see success defined downward, and the quick shift from “pressure everybody to demand a universal consumer format from every retailer” to “label Amazon!” send me into fits of laughter, considering that a lone pornographers’ days … Continue reading

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What Do You Mean, No Real-Time Gratification Anymore?

It’s been noted, Amazon is pulling sales ranks from printed versions of smutty books, as they’ve already done for dirty, filthy, naughty, bad books in the Kindle store.  That’s actually a very new thing.  Like, since yesterday morning.  Trust me.  … Continue reading

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