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harley1rocker
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3/18/2013 12:26 PM
    Like I posted in another thread. I've downloaded a heck of alotta books (death lands) to my kindle and my phone. But amazon only has the newest death lands saga available to download. Does any one know were I can download ALL the death lands books to my kindle? Or anywhere. It doesn't have to be kindle. Just electronically...thanx guys!
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    3/18/2013 12:33 PM
    Welcome aboard. Not too sure about the kindles etc. but I do know you can get them probably a lot cheaper in book form.
    applesauce
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    3/19/2013 6:34 AM
    I am trying to find this out as well as I read exclusively on my kindle. At the moment I plan to purchase the missing books second hand then send them to dollar scan and have them scan them so I can read them on my kindle.

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    3/19/2013 9:22 AM
    Is that not a breach of copyright law?

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    3/19/2013 9:28 AM
    I don't think it is illegal to scan copies you have purchased, as long as it is just for your own use. It only becomes illegal if you make those copies available to other people. I am aware of CD's floating around that have pretty much the entire series on them, and that is absolutely illegal.

    I do wish that Gold Eagle would make all of the books available on Kindle. It's an easy enough conversion to make, assuming you have the original text files. I can tell you from experience it doesn't take much time to do the Kindle conversion and make it available on Amazon. It's not like printing books where you have a cost per copy sold and the risk of loss from remainders.

    Heck, if GE wants to mail me the text documents I would be happy to do the conversion myself!
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    3/19/2013 4:22 PM
    I would be willing to bet that a lot of older GE titles don't even exist as soft copies and I doubt anyone there would have the ambition to scan them.
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    3/19/2013 6:12 PM
    Harlequin's Marketing department makes the decisions about what  becomes available for Kindle, or any other publishing format, for that matter. Nothing would have to be scanned. Gold Eagle is three people. All decisions about selling books falls to the marketers.
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