According to the Romance Writers of America and pretty much everyone on my Twitter feed, today All Romance Ebooks (allromanceebooks.com) gave three days notice this afternoon that they shutting down their site completely and screwing over the authors and publishers who sell through their portal. I can't get on to their website now (I'm sure it's flooded with authors and publishers pulling their books and readers frantically downloading their libraries), but according to the RWA here: All Romance eBooks is unable to remit Q4 2016 commissions and is proposing a settlement of 10 cents on the dollar for sales through 12/27/2016. By accepting, authors consider the settlement as “paid in full” and they agree not to take legal action against All Romance eBooks. There is no offer to pay commissions on sales after 12/27, even though the site will remain open through midnight on 12/31/2016. Companies or individuals wishing to deactivate their accounts before 12/31 can do so by logging into the publisher portal. RWA finds it unconscionable for the owner of ARe to withhold information so long and to continue selling books through the end of the month when the company cannot pay commissions. RWA contacted ARe but has not yet received a response. I have also heard from my publisher that ARe was selling 2017 ad space of yesterday, and that if you published directly through them you have to waive your Q4 royalties to get your first rights back. @BayView, do you have any books on there?