All Romance news/Other distributors

So without a doubt, most if not all of you know about what is happening at All Romance. To be honest, it’s been a bit of a shock, as well as a huge blow, both financial and otherwise.

I won’t go into detail over my feelings over their chosen course of action. In all honesty, I’m of a mixed mind. I’m still sorting out my thoughts in that regard.

But in the meantime, I wanted to give a head’s up to my readers. I do not intend to let this end me. I had actually been working on a new release prior to this incident, but as you can imagine, I never got to finish it.

My tentative plan at this time is to turn to Amazon. I can’t give any guarantees or any deadlines, but I hope that I will be able to re-release everything using it.

It is likely that until I get the hang of it and manage to get all my ducks in a row, I won’t be able to get out a new release. But again, everything is still very uncertain.

Currently my books are still available on: Apple, Nook (Barnes and Noble), Kobo, Page Foundry and Tolino. Past releases are also on Smashwords (the ones from before I went to Draft2Digital). One exception is True Mate 100% Off which you will not be able to find on Apple due to the fact that the title conflicted with their policy.

Keep your fingers crossed for me! As always, thank you for your interest and your loyalty and let’s hope for a better year in 2017!

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9 thoughts on “All Romance news/Other distributors

    • Thank you! Apple is sometimes tricky with categories, but I try my best to give my readers choices when it comes to where they can buy the books from.

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  1. Anya, I’m hopeful you will find success with Amazon. As soon as you do I’ll be in line for the next book. Keep s posted.

    Gail Arsenault 😊

    On Fri, Dec 30, 2016, 3:58 PM Anya Byrne’s Erotic Gay Romance wrote:

    > anyabyrne posted: “So without a doubt, most if not all of you know about > what is happening at All Romance. To be honest, it’s been a bit of a shock, > as well as a huge blow, both financial and otherwise. I won’t go into > detail over my feelings over their chosen course of ac” >

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  2. Excellent. I had followed you on Smashwords then went to ARe when they were there and not on Smashwords anymore. I’ll go get the ones I’m missing from the others. Thank you. I appreciate your stories and glad that you are continuing. Maybe I can catch up before you release new ones. πŸ˜‰

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  3. ARe stuffed their authors, publishers, and readers. So much bad karma. Glad you’re still going forward. Hope to see your new release soon!

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  4. I love your books and will follow you where ever you end up. If it’s Amazon I can always convert them to epub, so no problems there. Looking forward to seeing a new release when you have the time. I’m so sorry about the situation with ARe, there’s a Facebook group of authors who are getting together with a lawyer if you want to go that route. I hope 2017 is an awesome year for you. Hugs ☺️

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  5. I look forward to more of your books. I really like what I’ve read. I’ve just finished the 3rd book in the Soulmates? Hell No? series and am eager to see if the series continues. I hope you continue to publish through Amazon as that is where I went after the All Romance fiasco to keep track of my favorite authors.

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