Working around territorial restrictions in book publishing

Jack Cheng is a Shangai-born, Michigan-bred, Brooklyn-based writer, as he describes himself. His recently published novel, These Days, sells on Amazon, the iBook Store, Barnes and Noble and Kobo. The problem is that if you live outside the US, you can’t buy the digital edition (be it Kindle, ePub or whatever) from those sellers.

Not available in Peruvian Store

I live in Perú, so now and then I run into this problem1 when trying to buy an electronic book. Being Jack a smart guy and knowing about this limitation, he offers his book directly and copy-protection free (DRM) on his website. You can get it here:

  1. See, for example, Copyright nonsense: some publishers restrict ebook editions outside US
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