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briareus
April 16th, 2001, 03:30 PM
I have some stories posted here at SF. If you would like to check out any more, Ive finally created my own web site at www.briareus0.com. (http://www.briareus0.com.) Readers welcome.

Erebus
April 16th, 2001, 10:53 PM
I'll check it out and have a look. Thanks for letting us know. In the meantime, you may want to have a peek at my site: www.wn.com.au/clubclad/erebus/ (http://www.wn.com.au/clubclad/erebus/)

Strange Angel
April 30th, 2001, 07:52 AM
Briareus --- Had some trouble. First two stories I clocked on "Man in the Shadows" and "Kinsbard" came up 404. The other two stories I clicked on came up as raw html.

Erebus --- I'd be interested in knowing how successful you have been getting readers and downloads. I've had a couple thousand downloads of the 'Worlds Apart' books (www.fool-cola.com) and I have been considering leaving the first book free and charging to download the next nine, and have been talking trade paperback with a publisher.

Aleya
April 30th, 2001, 08:14 AM
They all came up okay for me. You have quite a lot of work there briareus, how long have you been writing? Have you tried the publishing route?

Aleya - http://silver-oak.com

Erebus
April 30th, 2001, 06:20 PM
Strange Angel, in reply to query:

I get quite a few hits and downloads of my free extract For Reflections: Book One of The Erebus Equilibrium, and I have sold both electronic and paperback versions of the book. As with any form of publishing tied to the Net, it's a little slow to start, especially when you are largely unknown. However, the paperback and CD-ROM are listed at Amazon sites around the world as well as B&N etc. I also have a few sales from the links at my Erebus site. Nothing which wil enable me to retire, of course, but it's a start.

My publisher is also attempting to get the paperback onto the shelves of some bookstore chains here in Australia, although it may take some time!

Regards, Neil