So I just got a ton of message from Yahoo and Gmail saying they blocked me because there was suspicious activity from my account.

What that most often means is a single user just requested a ton of stories, they were processed and sent and one of the mail services decided I was spamming them.

If you’re going to submit a ton of requests, that’s fine. But try to space them out, otherwise you might never get them because your email provider blocks them.

Yes, I’m trying to figure out a different way to handle this, but I don’t have one for now.




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Please remember NOT to send EPUB files to your Amazon Kindle email address. Amazon Kindle does not play well with EPUBs. EPUBs are the Apple iBook format.

If you’re going to send files to your Kindle account, select MOBI files. Otherwise Amazon spits out a message that there’s a problem with your file and it couldn’t be converted and you don’t get your story on your Kindle.




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I know the queue is long right now. Someone submitted a bunch of requests that screwed up the queue. I’m fixing it now.




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If you use AOL for your email service, you might want to try a different email service. AOL has been refusing to deliver a ton of my emails. So your stories may not be getting to you.




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