Over on a FB group titled Children’s Books, we’ve been experiencing a little spam lately. (Okay, maybe more than a little.) From some bozos wanting us to pay for Amazon reviews to people insisting they can teach us how to make $5k a month on Kindle. It’s annoying. But when one of the other group members put up poetry in response to the latest spammer, it made me realize that we could answer the annoyances with–well, I chose Haiku. KU […]
Darkness Rising: Book One of The Catmage Chronicles is free on Amazon from Dec. 29-31. Tell your friends! Don’t have a Kindle? Doesn’t matter. Amazon has a free Kindle app for your phone, tablet, or even desktop computer.
The paperback is not yet available at Amazon, but it is via my CreateSpace store (you’ll have to pay for shipping). It should be on Amazon soon. Here’s where you can buy the book: Update: The Amazon paperback link added to the top. Darkness Ascendant: Book Two of The Catmage Chronicles (Volume 2) Darkness Ascendant – trade paperback at CreateSpace store Darkness Ascendant on Kindle Darkness Ascendant – Nook version Darkness Ascendant – Kobo version
There are about two hours left to get the Kindle edition for 99 cents.
I’ve just entered Book One in the Kindle Select program, which means if you have Amazon Prime, you can borrow the book and read it for free, so tell all your friends. Book two is still coming along slowly. I anticipate a spring release. Julie Dillon sent me the latest version of the cover and it looks spectacular.
Here’s one of the good (or bad) features of selling ebooks on Amazon: Your readers tell you immediately if they like your book in several different ways. They can tell you with a review, but very few actually rate the book when they finish reading it. However, there’s a marker that’s just as simple to read and also speaks volumes: The refund. You can return an ebook for the first seven days after you bought it on Amazon. One of […]
Amazon is instituting a program called Matchbook where publishers and authors can bundle their ebook with their print book for a price of their choice. I have chosen to bundle my ebook for free if you buy the print version. I thought about just dropping the price of the ebook, but a very wise friend pointed out that readers are already paying for the print book. They should get the digital version for free, just like you get on a […]