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So. The time has finally come to roll out the new feature at biyuti publishing!

SUBSCRIPTIONS

What is this ‘subscription’ I speak of? Well, as an effort to make biyuti publishing a sustainable project (I want us to be around for a very long time), we’ve implemented a super cheap subscription. For $1/month, you get to read all of our catalogue online.

Yes. All of it.

This includes:

Downloads for the ebooks (pdf, epub, kindle, nook, etc.) must be purchased separately, as well as any print copies.

Why? Well, because we have switched to a royalty model if 100%. 100% of all digital sales handled via biyuti publishing go directly to the writer. As do sales made by third parties like Amazon, Barnes & Nobles, etc.

The goal, here, is to try and get enough funding to keep biyuti publishing going via subscriptions while still putting as much money into the pockets of our writers.

So, please, if you can get a subscription to biyuti publishing help us provide a space for twoc and qtpoc to speak and share.

sidenote: we are also gearing up for another fundraiser to pay for the upgrades to our web services and publishing workflows. Keep an eye on May 1, 2014.

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A couple of you already know this but I just started taking a children’s books class. This is a concept sketch and the inspiration of the story I want to create. It’s about a homesick migrant girl that becomes dedicated to creating a dollhouse that looks like it could be a house in her homeland after a disappointing trip to the you store where all the dollhouses are Victorian-style or Barbie Dreamhouses. Hopefully, I can get this story out of my head and into a book successfully.

A couple of you already know this but I just started taking a children’s books class. This is a concept sketch and the inspiration of the story I want to create. It’s about a homesick migrant girl that becomes dedicated to creating a dollhouse that looks like it could be a house in her homeland after a disappointing trip to the you store where all the dollhouses are Victorian-style or Barbie Dreamhouses. Hopefully, I can get this story out of my head and into a book successfully.