|Janie Sullivan made this possible, due to her organizational skills and abilities in publishing the books of others and her own. This photo captures her mischievous side.|
In the good old days of book burning, they put the published materials on a fire and incinerated them. Now they use the soft censorship of computer programs that scan and decide "this does not meet with our community standards."
What are those standards? Click on this link for some vague idea.
One way we publish is to use Amazon and Kindle publishing. The use of social media makes it relatively easy to get books out there in two forms, print and Kindle ebooks.
A second way is having the books published as free PDFs on Dropbox (file sharing). That is linked here. Janie Sullivan did that and also merged the Luther sermon files (two sets) into two separate PDFs with the quotations included for each.
I have made all my books non-profit and public domain. Janie Sullivan has placed all the final versions, as Word files, in one Dropbox, and I have them in one place.
I plan to change the title pages to indicate non-profit and public domain (to avoid confusion in the future). Then people from around the world may download, store, use, translate, and edit them - without needing permission or asking my executors (or rather, my creditors).
Alec Satin suggested an alternative site, which began this third approach. I will let people know when it is available to those who request it.
|Posted because it is fun, in case anyone wonders.|