The UK arm of fantasy and Sci-fi publisher Tor says all its ebooks are now available to buy without DRM.
Authors published by company, an imprint of Pan Macmillan, include Douglas Adams, Paul Cornell and Amanda Hocking.
“We believe that making our Tor ebooks DRM-free is the best for our readers, allowing you to use legitimately-purchased ebooks in perfectly legal ways, like moving your library from one ereader to another,” says Jeremy Trevathan, Publisher at Pan Macmillan.
“We understand that DRM can make your ebooks less easy to read. It also makes building and maintaining your digital library more complicated. For these reasons, we are committed to remaining DRM-free.”
Books can be purchased from Torbooks.co.uk and Panmacmillan.com “as well as through other retailers”.
To celebrate the cropping of DRM, Tor is giving readers a chance to win a USB stick with its entire DRM-free library of 160 books, including the full collections of Douglas Adams, Peter F Hamilton, China Miéville, Neal Asher, Gary Gibson and Adrian Tchaikovsky.