Crown of Stars ebook releases (USA)

Finally some news on ebook releases of the Crown of Stars series.

This information is for the USA market only, where the series is published by DAW Books.
I will post news about the UK/Aus/NZ region (Orbit UK) as soon as I know anything.

KING’S DRAGON is available now as an ebook in Kindle, Nook, Kobo, and presumably mobi and epub versions.

PRINCE OF DOGS and THE BURNING STONE are scheduled to be released in ebook versions on January 15.

I do not currently have a schedule for volumes 4 – 7.

A question for those of you outside of the USA/Canada and the UK and the Australia/NZ regions who like to read English language e-texts: How are you able to get English language ebooks? Are you in a restricted market, or do you have some other mechanism to get downloads?

6 thoughts on “Crown of Stars ebook releases (USA)

  1. That’s a very good question. In France, gives access to english-speaking ebooks, but I do not know if the choice is restricted or not. And to my knowledge, there is no Nook or Kobo french website : maybe we can download in the original websites, maybe not. I wanted to try some time ago, but I couldn’t find interesting english langages ebooks with no adobe drm, so I gave up.

  2. Here in Australia, we have access to Google Books, Kobo & Amazon. For eBooks I use a Kindle and therefore buy them via Amazon. All three do operate restrictions on what we can buy, but not necessarily what we can see. I’m always receiving Amazon newsletters highlighting a book I might like, but when I go to purchase it I’m told sorry not available in your region.

    It’s the 21st century, region restrictions should be a thing of the past.

  3. Thanks.

    I think it is a shame that licensing and restrictions make it so hard to buy the media/fiction/etc that we want. For example, there are a number of Danish tv series I would buy in a heartbeat but they aren’t available here in our DVD region format, and it is really difficult to purchase all-region DVD players here. In fact, I think it may be technically illegal.

    There just is no sense in that. Why so many roadblocks for us to get what we would willingly pay for?

  4. I absolutely agree. The region restrictions make me crazy.

    So little of what is produced in Hollywood these days interests me, but there is a lot of interesting tv/film being made elsewhere in the world that I would love to buy . . . but it’s the wrong region.

  5. I can’t agree more with you. The sad thing is that it’s true in a way for paper books too : when I tried to buy cold fire (having bought cold magic during a trip in edinburgh), I discovered that the only way to get it was amazon : it was not in the books the other bookstores could command !

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