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Introducing Tribute Points!

What are those, exactly?

It’s just what we call our loyalty program. For every euro you spend on our shop, you get 1 tribute point. Then you can use 10 tribute points to get a 1 euro discount. Easy as that.

And to reward our current customers, we’ve added a bunch of tribute points already in their accounts!

Login and check to see how many points you have under My Account. Then use them at checkout, there will be a notification asking you if you want to apply them.

If you’re a new customer, don’t fret! You can sign up now, get something from our shop and then you’ll have the equivalent account of tribute points to spend for your next purchase.

This applies only on the Mythography Shop, not on partner sites.

Shop now.

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This is Our Official Reaction to the National Emergency Library

Recently the Archive organization opened up the front-end library restrictions. This happened for a lot of reasons, mainly because the actual libraries were shut down due to the Coronavirus.

This sparked a huge debate about publishing rights and all that crap.

It’s all just noise. It’s just rights holders nagging about people having access to information. The archive states that they offer ebook versions of scanned paper books. They have a right to do that in order to preserve information. Bit rot is real. Digital obsolescence is real. Information is getting lost already, we’ve lost computer code, recordings, video games, so much stuff, and if we don’t take steps to preserve what we make it will all be gone in an instant.

Nothing is backwards compatible. Google books is preserving a massive library of information and has been attacked for the same reason. It’s not cutting into your sales, and it’s not cutting into our sales. In fact, the Archive is an actual credible library, meaning they pay their dues and we, as rights holders, receive royalties for that. They simply opened up the restrictions and many people can borrow the ebook at a single time.

When I found out about it, I actually reached out and asked the Archive how I could preserve my own stories. I thought it’d be an automated process, just give them permission or something. They gave me access to upload, it’s not that hard, but the process was very time-consuming and I have better things to do with my life than struggle with library uploads. All my stories are already available through all of the worldwide and official library systems already, and those that are not will be in there soon. I don’t have time to upload to yet another system, one that can pull my stories from their existing partners.

I think it was Quentin Tarantino who said that when you store a movie in any format, you have to put a VCR or an equivalent player in the box with it. He famously almost lost one of his early films due to an obsolete storage format, and some fan from around the world found out about it and sent him the player so he could watch it again and record it into something else.

Not everyone will have that chance. Not all creators are famous, and not all are still alive. Things like the Disney Vault, DRM (which is crap), and other platform-specific restrictions will end up in huge loss of data. Not all of it is useful, but not all of it is worthless at the same time. You never know what will become influential in the future.

And the digital age will be known as the time that we lost so much of our world’s culture.

George Saoulidis

Athens, 2020.

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Check Out the New Look and the Mythography Pages

Follow these pages for even more Mythography

Here’s a list of sites and facebook pages you can follow for even cooler stuff, such as character art, special offers, short stories and other tidbits from our series.

Mythography Studios: Website and Shop/Facebook/Twitter/Merch Shop/Prints Shop.

George Saoulidis: Website/Facebook Page/Instagram/Patreon

Gorgocutie: Website/Facebook Page/Instagram/OnlyFans

Mean Gods: Website/Facebook Page/Instagram

Cyberpink Tournament: Website/Facebook Page/Instagram

Futagen: Website/Facebook Page

Mythography: Facebook Page

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A Coupon Code for Easter

Battle Bunny

Our Easter is in a week’s time, the Catholic Easter is now. No matter how you like smashing eggs, we’re running a 30% off sale on our store with the discount code:

BATTLEBUNNY

Use it during checkout for an extra 30% off on our stories. This offer is obviously only active for the month of April, get your Easter reading done!

Start with some of our best-selling titles:

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What is GameLit?

GameLit Stories

Simply put, GameLit is a kind of story that borrows heavily from videogames, or has direct elements of such a game, like levels, boss-fights, character classes etc. The crunchiest form is LitRPG, but these stories will never be that.

Mythography GameLit will always sit in the intersection of a fun story and one that has some select Game Elements. If you are not a gamer, these stories are still for you. Don’t feel daunted by something you’re not familiar with.

We made a page for the Gamelit Stories, it’s just a spot where everything can be found quickly.

Our titles with GameLit elements so far are the following:

And more are added every day. You can find the non-Kindle-Unlimited titles on the shop:

You can watch the Halloween Raid review on the LitRPG Audiobook Podcast below.

Watch the Halloween Raid review on Youtube.

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Happy Women’s Day!

This Women’s Day, we’d like to showcase our stories with female protagonists, strong women, bull-headed ladies and other fine qualities. Here they are:

Where a Spaceship Goes to Die. An adventure with Delphine in the middle of it, a Frenchie.

Slow Up. A story with a twenty-something hacker that won’t take no for an answer.

The Girl Who Twisted Fate’s Arm. The coming of age story of Aura, a rebellious teen that found what she wanted to do in life.

Heartbreaker. The shenanigans of Eris, a personified goddess of chaos. She’s currently into breakups and such.

Erinyes. Narcissism and horror, all in a cute little package.

And some short stories, search for them on Amazon and all stores.

There’s even more, explore our titles on the store you prefer.

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Eros Week

Photo Credit: Rebekah Marine, the bionic model.

We’re gonna share our love-themed promotions, books, social posts and other relevant stuff you might enjoy on this post. It might get updated a couple of times.

Mythography Books with Love Themes

Heartbreaker is a black humour story that deals with love and heartache.

A love story with an alien princess visiting Earth. Read Girl Gone Nova.

A love story between an older man and a cheeky young woman. Read Slow Up.

A story of unrequited love. Read Gorgonise Me.

A teenage love story in a dystopian world. Read Dronehunter now.

A coming of age LGBT love story in a cyberpunk world. Read it now.

A new adult love story in the middle of a technothriller. Read Nanodaemons Now.

Some more short stories with a love theme

Explosive Decompression https://books2read.com/u/3G9RQQ

Loveless Ada: The Luggage Disaster https://books2read.com/u/3RVo9G

The Redjus https://books2read.com/u/49DBAX

The Whale on the Veil https://books2read.com/u/b62nGM

Facebook Giveaway

Join our giveaway on Facebook, find the linked post:

Promotions:

https://goo.gl/L67xTa

https://goo.gl/QsQnaD

https://books.bookfunnel.com/loveisintheair2019/sju35ya41y


If you’re not in the mood for love, here’s a giveaway for you https://books.bookfunnel.com/nohappyendings/z69zig6tmc

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Announcing the Cyberpunk Fairy Tales

Read the Cyberpunk Fairy Tales, a unique twist on the classic stories you grew up with. Sometimes dark and disturbing like the Grimm stories, other times new and relevant to the modern age.

This is Volume 1, containing:

  • The Impossible Quest of Hailing a Taxi on Christmas Eve. A modern retelling of “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens.
  • Nanodaemons: The Fir Smart-Tree. A modern retelling of “The Fir Tree,” by Hans Christian Andersen.
  • Ariadne’s String. A short story based on the myth of the Labyrinth.
  • Berenice’s Hair. A cyberpunk short story, the myth of Coma Berenices retold.
  • The Little Match Girl. A cyberpunk retelling of “The Little Match Girl,” by Hans Christian Andersen.
Get it on Amazon COM Get it on Amazon UK Get it on Amazon DE Get it on Amazon FR Get it on Amazon ES Get it on Amazon IT Get it on Amazon NL Get it on Amazon JP Get it on Amazon BR Get it on Amazon CA Get it on Amazon MX Get it on Amazon AU Get it on Amazon IN Get it on Kobo Get it on Smashwords Get it on Nook Get it on iTunes Buy on Scribd Buy on Playster
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Get the December Book Offers

We’ll list the active Christmas promotions for December below:

Price Drop for Sketch and Story

Smashwords

2nd Annual Smashwords End of Year Sale
December 25, 2018 – January 1, 2019

Get the cyberpunk fairy tale here from all retailers, on all formats (ebook, paperback, audiobook.)

Read this cyberpunk fairy tale.

A retelling of Hans Christian Andersen’s ‘The Fir Tree,’ this story about a smart tree is both festive and sad, just like the original.

A Fir Tree retelling! Wow, check it out on Amazon, or search for Nanodaemons: The Fir Smart-Tree on all stores.

And available on all smaller bookstores! Search for it.

We will update this post with a few more promos as they become available, check back again.

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Get Our Massive Halloween Countdown Deals on Amazon!

This Halloween we’re running a massive countdown deal on so many titles.

Here’s the seasonal one you simply can’t miss, Boo!

And also on Amazon.co.uk. But there are so many more you can grab right now at a lower price! Check them all out:

The countdown deals start at the 30th of October from$0.99/0.99£ but you should check out the product pages for the current price.

The deals are valid on Amazon US and UK.

Check them all out, and if you’re seeing this too early Join the Mythographers to get a reminder on your email.