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First, there was Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.
Now, there’s a “Wild and Wanton” edition, in which the sexy bits are handily emboldened so you don’t have to wade through all that dreary Regency dialogue to get to the “good stuff”. Here’s a tip: the sex scene you’ve been waiting for only occurs three quarters of the way into the book. 
So… who here wants to write the steampunk version?

First, there was Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.

Now, there’s a “Wild and Wanton” edition, in which the sexy bits are handily emboldened so you don’t have to wade through all that dreary Regency dialogue to get to the “good stuff”. Here’s a tip: the sex scene you’ve been waiting for only occurs three quarters of the way into the book. 

So… who here wants to write the steampunk version?

Foner Books blog: The Kindle public domain publishing model.

Robert Darnton: How Google can save America's books.

Google has a taker: Italy to allow the Goog to scan a million out-of-copyright books.

Whee! More free public domain e-books from Book Depository!

Slashdot: Amazon delaying public domain submissions on Kindle

Of course I want more free public domain e-books, but I’d feel warmer about the issue if the books in question here weren’t all Jesus-y.