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Why did you point me to this page?
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What do Greek gods have to do with Science Fiction?
We just think it’s a cool combination. Several people seem to like it.
Why are you writing Greek stories in English? Shouldn’t you write them in Greek?
Yes, in fact it would be much easier. But the choice was made for mass internet reach, not for xenolatry.
Okay, but why are there Greek words in there?
Why are some of the stories free on Amazon but paid on the mythographystudios.com store?
Because we actually prefer that you pick up your copy from Amazon or other retailer. When a title gets downloads, the algorithms kick-in and it gets more love and attention. You can find our titles here:
I don’t like this book.
You are welcome to ask for a refund from the store you got it from. And then move along.
This story is offensive to my religion
The stories are not meant to offend any religion, belief or god. If you feel that your established thousand-year-old faith is threatened by a bunch of ebooks that came out last year, then a) You give us too much credit, and b) Feel free to ignore them completely, for they are just fiction.
Do you believe in the Dodecatheon? What about the Greek Gods?
Nope. And nope. Once again, it’s fiction.
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You are free to ignore our titles. In fact, those same attributes could be considered selling points for other people. Read our post about the ideal reader.
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Why aren’t your products DRM protected?
Here’s our ideology on DRM protection. Short version is: We don’t like it.
So what’s stopping me from sending the file to someone?
Nothing. But we do hope you’ll appreciate our efforts and purchase something else.
The price on X was different last time I looked.
We experiment with prices all the time.
The title X was longer/shorter/different when I read it.
We actually change and update all titles constantly.
One web page says one thing, the other page says another. Which one is true?
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Were you joking on that tweet/post/email? I can’t tell.
I probably was. People have called my humor wry, and perhaps warped. Or was that my ex? Hmm, can’t remember.