The Place Where I Come From is FREE on Amazon Kindle today! If you like small-town fiction, go snap it up! This means that the book is temporarily unavailable at BN and Kobo, but if you require an EPUB version, let me know and I’ll make sure you get one.
I’m experimenting with different marketing approaches. First, of course, is Amazon KDP Select. I’m going to do a free day on Monday, August 26. This means the book is “on vacation” from BN Nook and Kobo. It’ll be back on sale there in November. In the meantime, if anybody needs an EPUB or PDF version,… Continue reading Experiment
So I give you a bunny in repose:
…I post on SelfPublishedAuthor.com about my own self-publishing experience.
It’s been a cool and rainy summer this year. I got the tomatoes in a little bit late, but not enough to warrant growth retardation. But that’s what we have – it is August 19, and this is the sum of my harvest (out of 12 plants) to date: Three cherry tomatoes.
So, for all EPUB fans, we’re now live at Barnes & Noble here. I celebrate by folding laundry.
Even back in the 1970s, when the ISBN was invented, bookselling happened person-to-person. People had to walk into stores and find books, and chances are a bookseller helped them. The ISBN was invented to handle issues that arose from the installation of mainframe computers – in warehouses, bookstores, and publishing offices. These communications were pretty… Continue reading Another Thought About ISBNs (and Amazon)