Digital Rights Management (DRM)
I make my stories available without any Digital Rights Management software or codes attached. This means that if you buy a copy of a book and want to put it on your smart phone and your computer and on your tablet computer or dedicated reader device, I’m good with it.
By purchasing stories from me, you’ve become a patron of the arts. You’re enabling me to continue to write entertaining stories. You’re also voting with your dollars, telling me what you like, so I know what work you find most entertaining. I very much appreciate your patronage and will work hard to provide you with quality entertainment.
I keep my books and stories very reasonably priced, so everyone can afford them. (And so I can occasionally afford a coffee that costs more than a novel.) Please encourage your friends to come here and purchase their own copies of stories. If you see anyone out there selling my material off their own websites, I’d appreciate a head’s-up. Only by getting paid for what I do can I afford to continue writing. (Trust me, the alternative would be horrible: I’d make a lousy waiter, a worse politician, and performing magic tricks at birthday parties for four-year-olds just wouldn’t work.)