Lee & Miller catalog

You can find Lee and Miller books at bookstores of all kinds, all around the world.  If you have a favorite bookstore, we encourage you to shop there and show them your support.  The links below are provided for the convenience of those who may not have a favorite bookstore, or who simply find shopping online to be more convenient than going out into the world.  We, the authors, earn the exact same royalty on each book sale, from legitimate sources.  We don’t, naturally, receive any royalties from books downloaded from pirate sites, even the ones that charge you money.

All that said, the lists below concern themselves with five vendors, and one catalog:  Uncle Hugo’s Science Fiction Bookstore in Minneapolis, which ships worldwide and has supported the Lee-and-Miller writing career even when we didn’t have one; Baen EBooks, the ebook arm of our publisher; Barnes and Noble; Amazon; Audible; and Pinbeam Books.

What you need to know about these vendors is this:

1.  Uncle Hugo’s sells paper books only

2.  Obviously, Baen EBooks sells ebooks only, but!  It sells ebooks that are DRM-free (that means you can read them in the reader of your choice, on multiple devices, and lend them to a friend, if you’d like), and it sells ebooks in every format known to man:  epub (Nook); mobi (Kindle); Palm, Stanza, Sony LRF, Rocketbook, RTF, MS Reader, HTML and/or online — and probably some that we’re forgetting.

3.  We have an Affiliate account with Barnes and Noble, so we get a little bit more money on top of our royalties for every sale made there.  No pressure to buy things from BN if you like someplace else better; we’re just letting you know.

4.  We do not have an Affiliate account at Amazon, because we live in Maine and Amazon is mad at Maine right now, for having the unbelievable temerity to insist that Amazon pay sales tax, so Amazon cut off all its Affiliate accounts in the state.  Which, yanno, should certainly show somebody.

5.  Audible has published audiobooks of all the Liaden Universe® novels to date as well as The Tomorrow Log, and also Carousel Tides, by Sharon Lee.

6.  Pinbeam Books is us — Steve Miller and Sharon Lee.  It’s a catalog of all our self-published ebooks, with buy links to Barnes and Noble, Amazon, and Smashwords.

Everybody confused now?  Great, here we go!

Where to Buy Books by Lee and Miller

First, an easy one.  Here’s your link to the Uncle Hugo’s catalog page of all Lee-and-Miller paper books in stock.  Did we mention that some of those in-stock books are signed by the authors?

Another easy one.  Here’s your link to the Baen EBooks Lee and Miller catalog.  And!  Here’s your link to the Baen EBooks Sharon Lee catalog.

Third easy one.  Here’s your link to the Audible Liaden Universe® catalog.  And!
Here’s your link to the Audible page for Necessity’s Child, which is a Liaden Universe® novel, despite having no place on the catalog page.  And!
Here’s your link to The Tomorrow Log.  And!
Here’s your link to Carousel Tides.

Liaden Universe® Novels (space opera)
For a discussion of the “proper” reading order of the Liaden Universe® novels,
please see this page.

Omnibus editions:
These four volumes include the entire Liaden Universe® backlist: 10 books for the price of four — such a deal.

The Dragon Variation, Baen, June 2010 (includes three full-length novels: Local Custom, Scout’s Progress, Conflict of Honors)
Paper Books:  | BN |      |Amazon|
Ebooks:           | BN |      |Amazon|

The Agent Gambit, Baen, January 2011 (includes two full-length novels: Agent of Change, Carpe Diem)
Paper Books: | BN |      |Amazon|
Ebooks:          | BN |      |Amazon|

Korval’s Game, Baen, May 2011 (includes two full length novels: Plan B, I Dare)
Paper Books: | BN |      |Amazon|
Ebooks:          | BN |      |Amazon|

The Crystal Variation, Baen, September 2011 (includes three full length novels: Crystal Soldier, Crystal Dragon, Balance of Trade)
Paper Books: | BN |      |Amazon|
Ebooks:          | BN |      |Amazon|

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Liaden novels featuring Theo Waitley:

Fledgling, Baen, September 2009
Paper Books: | BN |      |Amazon|
Ebooks:          | BN |      |Amazon|

Saltation, Baen, April 2010
Paper Books: | BN |      |Amazon|
Ebooks:          | BN |      |Amazon|

Ghost Ship, Baen, August 2011
Paper Books: | BN |      |Amazon|
Ebooks:          | BN |      |Amazon|

Dragon Ship, Baen, September 2012
Paper Books: | BN |      |Amazon|
Ebooks:          | BN |      |Amazon|

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Other Liaden novels:

Mouse & Dragon (sequel to Scout’s Progress), Baen, June 2010
Paper Books: | BN |      |Amazon|
Ebooks:          | BN |      |Amazon|

Necessity’s Child, Baen, February 2013
Paper Books: | BN |      |Amazon|
Ebooks:          | BN |      |Amazon|

Trade Secret (sequel to Balance of Trade), Baen, November 2013
Paper Books: | BN |      |Amazon|
Ebooks:          | BN |      |Amazon|

Dragon in Exile, Baen, June 2015
Paper Books
: | BN |      |Amazon|
Ebooks:          | BN |      |Amazon|

Alliance of Equals, Baen, July 2016
Paper Books: | BN |      |Amazon|
Ebooks:          | BN |      |Amazon|

The Gathering Edge, Baen, May 2017
Paper Books: | BN | |Amazon|
Ebooks: | BN | |Amazon|

 

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Short story collections:
(for information on which short stories appear in what chapbook, former collection, &c, click this link)

A Liaden Universe® Constellation, Volume I
Paper Books: | BN |      |Amazon|
Ebooks:          | BN |      |Amazon|

A Liaden Universe® Constellation, Volume II
Paper Books: | BN |      |Amazon|
Ebooks:          | BN |      |Amazon|

A Liaden Universe® Constellation, Volume III
Paper Books: | BN |      |Amazon|
Ebooks:          | BN |      |Amazon|

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The Fey Duology (dark fantasy)

Duainfey, Baen, September 2008
Paper Books: | BN |      |Amazon|
Ebooks:          | BN |      |Amazon|

Longeye, Baen, April 2009
Paper Books: | BN |      |Amazon|
Ebooks:          | BN |      |Amazon|

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Other Space Opera

The Tomorrow Log, Embiid, Meisha Merlin, February 2003
Out of print in print
Ebooks:          | BN |      |Amazon|

Sword of Orion,  Phobos Books, October 2005
Paper Books: | BN |      |Amazon|
No ebook edition of this work was published

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Sharon Lee’s Maine Novels

Mysteries:
Barnburner, SRM Publisher, 2002.
Paper Books: | Lulu |
Ebooks:          | BN |      |Amazon|

Gunshy, SRM Publisher, 2006.
Paper Books: | Lulu |
Ebooks: | BN |      |Amazon|

Fantasy:
Carousel Tides, Baen, October 2010
Paper Books: | BN |      |Amazon|
Ebooks:          | BN |      |Amazon|

Carousel Sun, Baen, February 2014
Paper Books: | BN |      |Amazon|
Ebooks:          | BN |      |Amazon|

Carousel Seas, Baen, January 2015
Paper Books: | BN |      |Amazon|
Ebooks:          | BN |      |Amazon|

 

13 thoughts on “Lee & Miller catalog”

  1. You do get paid for your books sold on Amazon , don’t you? Buying from Baen is no big deal. I have every issue of Grantville Gazette published. Amazon just makes it easy to buy with one click .

    1. We get paid for the Amazon sales, yes. Some folks find Amazon easier to deal with (1-click users, for example) … but all of the majors are good about paying us.

    1. We’re working on it — the domain registrar says that the issue revolves around the initial billing contact being unavailable. As yet i have no time frame on that.

  2. Just because I cannot believe you do not already know this, Maine and Amazon are on the outs because Maine wants consumers to pay sales tax, and they want Amazon to collect it for them. You see, the people who buy from Amazon owe the sales tax already, but since no one files the form and pays the tax at the end of the year, Maine wants Amazon to collect it for them at point of sale, so the peepul don’t realize just what a bite is taken out of them by the state.

    And yeah, here in Tennessee Amazon is collecting the tax for them, but at least we got a few decent jobs and quite a few tolerable jobs out of the deal.

    Anyway, Maine is actually having the temerity to insist that Amazon be their tax collector for them, not that Amazon pay taxes. Amazon pays their own taxes without a quibble. It is the PEOPLE of Maine NOT paying their taxes voluntarily that has Maine and Amazon on the outs.

    1. Every mom and pop store in Maine manages to charge sales tax to its customers and get it properly to the state treasurer, so yanno, unimpressed that Amazon, which runs on ones and zeros, can’t figure out how to get it done.

      That said, since Amazon does not have a retail outlet, or a warehouse in Maine — as it does in, oh, Tennessee — I can see where Amazon can be annoyed at being singled out.

      So, not happy with either the State of Maine, for being an ass, or with Amazon for being an ass. I am more unhappy with Amazon because, in addition to being an ass, it showed unnecessary cruelty in the manner in which they slit the throats of people (not us) who were trying to make a living on the payouts from their Amazon “stores,” many of whom had been associated with them for years, and had no way to replace that income. Amazon’s assumption that such people have any pressure to bring to bear on the State of Maine is. . .I’m not sure if I want “misguided,” “laughable,” or “insane.” You choose.

      1. Kansas also has a “consumer tax” that they “charge”, mainly to businesses, since they are really the main ones they can catch & collect from, requiring you to pay the local sales tax on any purchase online or otherwise not having had sales tax paid on it from some other state. I think many states actually have something like this, but most people don’t know about it because they haven’t run into it. I was the bookkeeper for a small business and we had to pay it on some purchases of programs and other items we bought. Main may not be the only state trying to get their state revenue up from otherwise untaxed sales.

      1. I just purchased Constellation III but the Rifle’s wife is not in it ?i am using Opera Browser on iphone). In this volume, there are 8 chapters. roving Gambler is included. Fyi.

        1. But i see this is an issue of the browser, because when i moved over to safari and downloaded the volume, all was there, yay!

  3. Love your books. One of the decades readers. I’m old. I read Podkayne of Mars and other sci fi when Andre Norton first wrote it (Slight exaggeration but my father owned it and when I was six I started reading sci-fi that was in fantasy and sci fi pulp magazines.) My older brother had already made quite a collection from the 30’s and early 40’s when I started reading in 1945. For some reason I came late to your stories but I think I own all of them now. A few I paid collector’s prices for so I was very happy when you released your chap books in e-format. Thank you for bringing so much joy to my life with your stories. I have bought many copies over the years to give to friends and my kids (they won’t get my collection till they pry it out of my cold dead hands ;-). ) I’m really glad you’re so much younger than I. I should be able to read you till I pass. Not sure I’ll access elsewhere!

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