So I'm good friends with Monsieur Aardvark (yes, THAT Monsieur Aardvark, who is suddenly French) and he's a big fan of the brilliant sharpasamarble. As is only proper, I feel. Sharp is one of the first authors I read when I stumbled into the world of Chuckfic, and he's a great writer, very good at building his own world and sticking to it consistently. A while back, Aardie asked me to make him some ebooks of Sharp's rather epic "Normal" series, and the other day, I obliged him. Just on a one-to-one basis because I tend to try and ask the author for permission before I convert their books to ebooks.
Aardie, however, went one better and got in touch with Sharp for me, asking for permission to post the books I made on the blog, and Sharp agreed to let me! Yay, awesome, right?
So you can find those here!
And then I went and made some Save Chuck wallpapers the other day for no reason in particular, and I also made those wallpaper size for anybody interested. Those are here.
Just a note — if you have a favorite story that you want made into an ebook, it's really easy to convince me to convert books over. Here's what you do:
- Contact that author, get their permission.
- Send a word doc to my email containing the entire story, with chapters clearly marked (preferably "heading 2" format in MS Word, but as long as each chapter starts with "Chapter #," I can work with that). I can read doc, docx, rtf, htm, txt files, all of it.
Scene separators should be likewise marked with a string of characters like "???" or "XXXX." If you use the horizontal line that ff.net sometimes uses to mark different scenes, that's actually the biggest pain because I can't find all and replace those. So using the same string of characters over and over makes things a lot easier.
- Compliment any story written by any CIA author, bat your eyes real nice, and ask nicely.
Hope your Wednesday is going well!!!