The Weekly Digital Round-Up, January 18, 2013

The digital round-up is back for another lovely installment! As always, eManga is bringing you tons of great titles. So if you see anything interesting (and I promise you will) in this blog post, head on over to eManga, and get your own digital copy! We got cool Magicians and sexy girls and boys, you name it, we got it. Got some traveling to do over the long weekend? Then why not grab a few of these awesome titles to read to keep you entertained on those rides that can get a little…boring? We’ve got action, drama, romance, and comedy, anything you want. Check out our preview sampler, 100% free, and find out what file type works best for your digital reader or computer of choice.

Magician Vol. 2: The always debonair Ryuuichi the Magician has left American and returned East, only to be assaulted by his adoring fans and mysteries so deep that they will squeeze the living brain juices out of you. In “When the Pale Moon Shines” Ryuuichi must steal away a ballerina from the oppressive country she lives in. But will he be able to stay so graceful when ordered to kill or lose the person he cares about? In “Picture Scrolls of the March Burglar”, Ryuuichi is visiting Japan! He sees the sights, does the whole tourist thing, and tries to steal a priceless Bodhisattva statue. Once he finds out the truth behind it, however, can he steal it without losing his life? And why is there blood on the floor?

Don’t Tell My Husband Vol. 1: Because Minano has spent her entire life sheltered by her wealth and parents, she has seldom experienced the hardships of everyday life. Nothing changes after her marriage to a wealthy CEO, as she is still spoiled shamelessly by her husband. Why then, would she try and break into said husband’s company to steal a heavily guarded opal necklace? Or why, when she’s held up in a bank robbery, would she take matters into her own hands to thwart the robbers? Is she really who she seems? Does one high-heeled madam with nerves of steel even stand a chance against gun-wielding criminals? Just who is this sheltered wife? Find out in Volume 1 of Don’t Tell My Husband!

Get! Vol. 2: Hino Ryosuke is on top of the world. Class president Kaonji Kyo, the most beautiful student in school, is his lover! Each day brings them closer. Each time they make love, Kyo shares more of himself. Their growing intimacy makes Ryosuke think about their lives beyond college. But then, there is a campaign of threatening letters and blackmail photos. It seems that Ryosuke just gets a handle on that when rumors spread at school that he is making extra money as a gigolo! Even Kyo seems to think there is something to those stories. It seems that things can’t to get any worse for Ryosuke. That’s when Kyo’s handsome and accomplished cousin returns from studying abroad determined to come between the two. Enough is enough! No one who wants to take Kyo away has reckoned on a determined Ryosuke in love!

13 Responses to “The Weekly Digital Round-Up, January 18, 2013”

  1. sevi Says:

    Could you please tell us when these or anything else is going to be available for Nook and/ or Kindle. This is begining to get annoying. You claim that we’ll be able to buy these from B&N and Amazon and then you leave everything hanging. Why do you hate your customers so much TT-TT

  2. seny Says:

    Do you have a Kindle gen 1 or 2? You can convert PDF’s to a working format but its a little tricky. Found this. http://www.novapdf.com/kb/send-pdf-to-kindle-213.html

  3. Amy Says:

    Can someone also explain why I have to give so much personal information just to buy stuff from emanga.com?? Why do they need my home address and telephone number just to buy digital content, it doesn’t make sense.

  4. seny Says:

    What are you afraid of? A lot of places require your real life information these days. You’re buying something over the internet, that always requires your full information. Even PayPal does that, digital products or not.

  5. Rae Says:

    Hi again sevi. If you can, I would suggest asking about when the books are going to be on another platform via twitter or facebook. Since those sites have more traffic I see people get responses more often there than this blog. The forum is pretty much abandoned now too. I know one title you were asking about specifically is Too Hot for Kindle. DMI does seem to prioritize their unreleased ebooks. But, I don’t think its unreasonable to be upset even with the holidays that it’s been since mid-November that any new ebooks were available on those platforms.

  6. Amy Says:

    Hi seny, not afraid, more surprised that I would have to give this info, especially the phone number. I suppose I’m a bit frustrated as my phone number has been passed along at some point by some company and regularly receives spam/scam texts and unwanted cold calls as a result.

  7. seny Says:

    Never had any scammers call me, but alright. I don’t really think it’s important but they ask for it just in case. You know maybe a payment went back or there was some other technical error. Stuff like that. Though in first case they’ll probably contact you via e-mail or something.

  8. Leoz Says:

    I was buying DMI manga 1st through B&N, then through WOWIO. Will all digital formats now only be sold through emanga?

  9. sevi Says:

    Is there a reason why Magician volume 1 was never released for eReader? Or Get! Volume 1?

  10. seny Says:

    sevi@ Maybe they are in the works for converting. :p Let’s hope so.

  11. admin Says:

    Digital books will be released through eManga first, but will be available on all platforms after that!

  12. Amy Says:

    Well, I caved in and signed up on eManga as there was a title on there I wanted, and I was pleased to find the service easy to use and got my file on my Kindle without trouble. A thumbs up from me!

  13. sevi Says:

    I was merely asking about those titles because I didn’t recall seeing any mention of a first volume for either series in previous Round-Up posts and didn’t think it would make sense to release a series starting with the second volume. It was never my intention to come across as being rude. OTL

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