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May 10, 2013

The Weekly Digital Round-Up: May 10, 2013

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This week Erementar Gerade reaches its stunning conclusion… or does it? Coud and Ren’s stories may have come to an end for now, but Achea, the feisty heroine of Erementar Gerade: Flag of Bluesky is here to take their place! Meanwhile, for our yaoi fans we bring you romance and pure smut from two beloved mangaka, TORIMAIA and KIMIYOSHI, and josei and Harlequin fans get some of their own action with Rin Ogata’s Maple Leaves.

Finally… if you’re looking for a yaoi title on Kindle and can’t find it? Iiiit might have been banned. Yeah, Amazon hates fun, but Kindle owners can still purchase these titles from in a Kindle-compatible file format. Don’t know how to get the file onto your device? Look here on our eManga FAQ for a handy how-to!

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Dark Green and a Dream of Silver: Krusnik Keep has been hunting his vampire for 300 years. Wishing to end it once and for all, he kills his vampire and watches him turn to ash. But he discovers all has not gone to plan, when he returns home to find he is still immortal and can sense the lingering presence of his vampire. What has happened, and what role does it play in the lives of former familiar Soosa and the Krusnik of his once master, the vampire Endless? Fraught emotions are brought to the fore while ghosts need to be laid to their final rest…
Erementar Gerade, vol. 18: With the threat of C.I.A. gone, Orha and Ranju invite Ren to join them and become a resident of the Edel Garden. Disillusioned and grief-stricken by the loss of her friend, Ren rejects them ferociously with her powers, only to find that she has lost the ability to sing with Cou. Will Ren and Cou be able to sing again or will their bond be severed forever? Find out in the final volume of Erementar Gerade, side Red!
Erementar Gerade: Flag of Bluesky, vol. 1:A harsh winter falls on Fuajarl, the Kingdom of the Sun, when a fierce attack staged by Edel Garden leaves the once prosperous nation kingless and in ruin. Faced with an uncertain future and an impending execution, Fuajarl’s heir and Princess, Achea, must gather the last of her comrades and reclaim the kingdom her father once ruled. Mangaka Mayumi Azuma returns to take readers on another adventure in Erementar Gerade: Flag of Bluesky!
Erementar Gerade: Flag of Bluesky, vol. 2: At Idora’s behest, Achea sets a course for Kashi Isle in search of the strength she needs to restore the fallen nation of Fuajarl. But a vast desert lies between the princess and her destination, and the party might just die of thirst before they even set eyes on Kashi Isle! The merchant caravan Rangitts carries all the supplies a parched princess needs to make it across the wasteland… but at what price? New challenges arise as old ones are put to rest, and Achea’s strength, will, and the very blood that flows in her veins will be tested in volume 2 of Erementar Gerade, Flag of Bluesky!
Paradise of Sin: Jeff is a gorgeous blond with suntanned skin and a nice body. He’s also filthy rich. But all these blessings haven’t helped him maintain a relationship with a lover. In search of the passionate love he desires, Jeff heads to Bali. In this foreign paradise he finds an innocent Japanese businessman named Shinji. What will come of this chance meeting? Has Jeff finally found the love he has been missing? Can Shinji put up with the spoiled antics of his pursuer? The answers to all these questions plus two additional stories are found within the pages of Kimiyoshi’s hardcore and steamy Paradise of Sin. Once you find love, you never know what you’ll become.
Maple Leaves: Yoshino found herself married to Keigo Shinoi, the genius artist she had admired since her school days. However, his reason for marrying her was for revenge against Yoshino’s father. Hated all the while, she continues to love Shinoi as he suffers in a state of isolation. Will her feelings finally get through to him…?The title story, Maple Leaves, is just one entry in this best-of selection of sorrowful, bittersweet love stories.
The Strange Tale of The Twilight Demon: Every year, the same ghost story goes around the school: the tale of the Twilight Demon. It is said to be the most terrifying ghost story conceived, yet its every detail is shrouded in mystery. Rumors tell of a girl named Makoto Minase who delved into the story years back and disappeared as a result.When an unusual young boy researching bizarre phenomenons meets one the story’s victims, he decides that he must discover the truth behind the horror.

This year, however, the ghost story has spread much later than usual… and with a chilling message from the very girl no one has seen in years, Makoto Minase herself.


  1. You are still releasing titles on the Nook though right? Barnes & Noble hasn’t had any of the problems with yaoi titles that Amazon has been having. Although, I noticed that even though some of the titles cannot be purchased, the files are still on my Kindle. (For now anyway- KOW)

    Comment by sevi — May 10, 2013 @ 8:45 pm

  2. Thought I’d give my condolences on the continuing trouble with Kindle. It’s sad since a lot of the newly removed ebooks were on the bestseller list too. I noticed a book in the erotica section from a different publisher (that has limited print availability) went strangely into unavailable status recently too. At least if you are quick in purchasing, Amazon hasn’t been retroactive about the books in customer accounts unless it’s a legal issue. I’ve had The Selfish Demon King on Kindle for a while now. Though, I hope DMI still gets the money owed them for people that bought the banned books before they were removed.

    Comment by O — May 11, 2013 @ 12:10 pm

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