That's shocking. You must be furious.
I'm messing about with a story about a widowed retiree who has an affair or two. It's quite fun. In fact I've written about 70-80,000 words and it's almost finished. But at present I'm busy flogging a couple of e-books (novels) and I don't have time to tighten up the writing. Oh heck, another unfinished masterpiece!
What I intended to say in the previouss comment is that there's never much place for widowed retirees in light romance. They're always full of these rather smooth, sub-Byronic blokes in their forties.
It is pretty ire-inducing, Suzanne, but unfortunately not uncommon. Ho hum. Harlequin are good at getting the links deactivated, though.
LOL, Johnnie. Good luck with the writing!!
This is happening with my new book too. It's so frustrating! How would these people like it if I walked into their house and helped myself to free stuff!
That is really annoying. I have plenty of friends that have e-readers and look for pirated copies of books. Being a writer myself it infuriates me... they just don't know how much time and energy goes into writing a book.
I know! I don't think many of them consider it theft, even though it clearly is.
Gawd, Lucy - if it's not difficult enough to write, edit, rewrite, re-edit, now you have pirates? Commiserations. Glad you've got the mighty M&B to squash em though...
M&B are good, Sally, but it's a bit like trying to hold back the sea with a sandcastle. And the hoops some of the sites make you go through to get a link taken down... It's like you're the one who's done something wrong. Grr.
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