Saturday, January 21, 2012
Why I'm putting my book on Kindle Select
However, after reading several people's positive accounts of the service, I relented. Since the program was announced, Barnes & Noble and Smashwords haven't done anything to make me keep my book up there, and the benefits seem to outweigh the negatives.
I get money if someone "borrows" my book. I can set my book as free for a few days.
If you want to read Flyday but you only have a Nook, Kindle for PC is a free download, and the book is available in paperback, either straight from me, or from Amazon or bn.com. I'll try this out for three months, and if I decide it's not worth it, it will be back up everywhere on April 19th.
Saturnine is currently undergoing edits, and I still plan to give it a wide release (Smashwords, Barnes & Noble, and eventually paperback) as soon as it's finished. Keep checking back for more updates