As you probably know Crimperbooks is about more than just selling, it’s about stories and about sharing. From the outset you have been allowed to download ebooks for free under a Creative Commons licence on this site (well my ebooks anyway). That means you are allowed and encouraged to download them and pass them around. […]
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I am sitting on a campsite as I write this. We’ve been here for four days and it has rained a large proportion of that time. Welcome to the glorious British summertime. The tent has held up pretty well and we’ve been warm at night. Never the less tempers have frayed as the weather has […]
February 14th. Valentines day. The day when we are supposed to celebrate our love and loves. By why do we only celebrate our love for a significant other? Why not celebrate our loves in other parts of our lives? It seems I’m not alone in asking this and February 14th is also designated “International Book […]
Facebook, Twitter, Google+…we live in a connected world and as Crimperbooks is about sharing it makes some sense to allow you to connect with us and share our stories in as many places as possible. That said it’s just not practical to manage a presence on every Social Media network that is out there so […]
I like the idea of giving stuff away. It’s one reason why I’m happy to release eBook editions under a Creative Commons licence. I say the eBook editions but what I really mean is all-of-the-eBooks-except-Kindle. I am unable to set a price of zero for the Kindle edition so I set it as low as […]
You’d think it would be easy wouldn’t you? Make a free book available to download and add in freedom to copy and distribute it as much as you want – you should have people flocking to your door? Except as with everything it’s not that simple. Firstly the web is huge, no it’s bigger than […]
There’s no such thing as a free lunch or so the saying goes. Except there is such a thing. Sometimes you get lunch bought for you by a generous soul and there’s no catch. It’s rare but it happens. Do you remember being a kid? I appreciate for some of you that’s not too hard […]