At long last, Edith Layton books go electronic!

bCat 243 Dovery Mary Jo

On Wednesday, December 10th, Edith's daughter, Susie Felber, will visit us to talk about the long awaited e-release of her mother's classic Regency romances, and on what it was like growing up as her mother's daughter.  Guaranteed to be fun!

15 thoughts on “At long last, Edith Layton books go electronic!”

  1. HJ–Isn’t it great? It took Susie a long time to sort out rights, get scans, etc, etc, but I believe that Regenies will start coming out on a regular schedule. Some of the early historicals might be available als0–I’ll have to ask Susie about that.

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  2. HJ–Isn’t it great? It took Susie a long time to sort out rights, get scans, etc, etc, but I believe that Regenies will start coming out on a regular schedule. Some of the early historicals might be available als0–I’ll have to ask Susie about that.

    Reply
  3. HJ–Isn’t it great? It took Susie a long time to sort out rights, get scans, etc, etc, but I believe that Regenies will start coming out on a regular schedule. Some of the early historicals might be available als0–I’ll have to ask Susie about that.

    Reply
  4. HJ–Isn’t it great? It took Susie a long time to sort out rights, get scans, etc, etc, but I believe that Regenies will start coming out on a regular schedule. Some of the early historicals might be available als0–I’ll have to ask Susie about that.

    Reply
  5. HJ–Isn’t it great? It took Susie a long time to sort out rights, get scans, etc, etc, but I believe that Regenies will start coming out on a regular schedule. Some of the early historicals might be available als0–I’ll have to ask Susie about that.

    Reply

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