Last week we had the discount levitra online us second in our series of EcoGeek science-fiction author interviews with Karl Schroeder. It was a great, thoughtful and generic cialis 100mg wide-ranging interview, and if you haven't read it yet, you should go back and take a look.
If you were intrigued by the interview, but wanted to find out more about his writing, we've now got some great news for you. Karl has made his first novel, Ventus, available as a free, Creative Commons licensed e-book.
"I've released this book under a Creative Commons license, which means you can read it and distribute it freely, but not make derivative works or sell it. At the moment it's available in PDF, MS Reader and zipped HTML formats."He is also looking to online levitra uk make it available in Palm reader and Mobipocket versions, so those are likely to be made available before long, too.
Remember, too, that our first EcoGeek science-fiction author interviewee, Tobias Buckell, also had the first third of his two novels available to read online, as well.
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