DUSK PETERSON: Historical speculative fiction on friendship, romantic friendship, and romance

Historical fantasy. Alternate history. Retrofuture science fiction. Love.

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LOVE IN DARK SETTINGS PRESS FAQ

Founded in 2002, Love in Dark Settings Press publishes e-books by Dusk Peterson.

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Updated April 2018.


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Which subscription services and bookstores are your e-books available at?

Do your e-books have Digital Rights Management (DRM)?

Do I have to read the rest of the series to understand a story that occurs in the middle of it?

May I make fan works? May I make derivative works? May I share your e-books with other people?

What is an Amazon Associate?

Which accessible books are available for the disabled?

I'm visually impaired. What else should I know about this website?
 


Authors Against DRMWhich subscription services and bookstores are your e-books available at?

The links below lead directly to my e-books at subscription services, bookstores, and an online fiction archive. You can also find links to all my e-books on the series pages of this website. If you already know which story you're seeking, but aren't sure which series it belongs to, the easiest way to locate it is to do a Find search on this list of all my e-books.

Sections below: Subscription services | Independent stores (multiformat e-books) | Other stores (Kindle and epub e-books) | Free online e-books (multiformat e-books).
 

SUBSCRIPTION SERVICES


INDEPENDENT STORES (multiformat e-books)


OTHER STORES (Kindle and epub e-books)

My e-books are available at more online bookstores than I can track now, so if you have a favorite e-bookstore, just do a search at the store to see if I'm there.

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United Kingdom:

Do your e-books have Digital Rights Management (DRM)?

All Love in Dark Settings Press e-books sold at Dusk Peterson's store (Gumroad), Smashwords, and Amazon are DRM-free. You can read them, without restriction, on any device that reads the particular format you've bought. Some other retailers may apply DRM to the e-books; I have no control over this.
 

Do I have to read the rest of the series to understand a story that occurs in the middle of it?

No.

Most of the stories in series are designed so that you don't need to have knowledge of what came before; any information you need is included within the story itself.

In a very few cases, a summary of previous events will be included at the beginning of the story. This is written in as entertaining a manner as possible, to prevent you from falling asleep during the summary.

A lot of these stories were written out of order, so there's no harm in you reading them out of order. However, you should be aware that later stories in a series often contain major spoilers for earlier stories.
 

May I make fan works?

Please do. For details, see my policies on copyright and fan works.
 

What is an Amazon Associate?

Amazon suggests that I express the answer to that question in this manner:

Dusk Peterson is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com.

A translation:

If you click on an Amazon link at this website, I get a small percentage of the price of whatever you buy while you're visiting Amazon via the link, whether it's my e-books or any other product at Amazon. I'm not an employee of Amazon; I simply earn advertising fees by linking at this website to my e-books at Amazon (which I would do in any case, for the sake of my Amazon readers).
 

Which accessible books are available for the disabled?

My Braille and DAISY books can be downloaded for free at Bookshare. You don't need to be a member to download the electronic files. (I only have one book at Bookshare so far, but I'm planning to donate more in the future.) Bookshare also provides information on obtaining embossed Braille books.

My e-books at certain bookstores are always DRM-free (read more about where to find my DRM-free e-books here), so they can be read by screenreaders. In addition to the Kindle and epub editions, I sell multiformat editions through my store and through Smashwords; the multiformat editions include doc e-books (that is, Microsoft Word), as well as html e-books.

If you have any questions, please e-mail me.
 

I'm visually impaired. What else should I know about this website?

The pages at this domain consist of black text on white pages, with no sidebars.

This domain conforms as closely as I can get to the World Wide Web Consortium's Checkpoints for Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0, taking into account that I have limited knowledge of HTML and work with an older What You See Is What You Get editor. The domain conforms to the standards of Section 508. It has been tested in 16 bit, 24 bit, and 256 colors. It has been checked using the Window-Eyes screen reader and a 28-point bold-faced font. The site has passed theVischeck, the Web Page Backward Compatibility Viewer, the Lynx Inspection, and AnyBrowser.com's Screen Size Tester and Web Site Viewer.

It also makes a mean cup of coffee. If you still have any problems viewing this site, please e-mail me.
 


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