Psst. Guess what? I’m holding my very first ebook sale! The Slayer Saga: Soulless is currently on sale for only $0.99. That’s right. About the same as a can of beans, and far more enjoyable, too.
I’m not exactly sure how long I’m going to run this promotion, so snag it up while you can, if you haven’t already! And share the sale with your friends so they can get a great new book at a good low price.
Bowlful of Bunnies has always been dirt-cheap, so no sale there, since I haven’t quite figured out how to do the whole free promotion thing yet. Still, it’s a pretty good price if you haven’t it up yet, or might want to share it with your friends.
Now that I have two books, I want to play around more with the idea of sales, which I hear become more effective when you have more books, so I really can’t wait until I have the entire Slayer Saga finished. What have you found to be your most effective sales tactics? Do you feel they help slumping sales, or do you focus your energies on something else instead? I’ve never been very effective at the whole promotion part of this business, and I’m okay with that, but I know that I need to step it up a little if this is going to become a career thing. Mostly, though, I’m just happy knowing at least a few people have read my book. Let’s try to make it a few people more, though.
Also, the deadline for World Unknown Review submissions is coming up pretty quickly! Spread the word and get your stories in for your chance to be a part of a great new anthology journal, and maybe even get a few bucks in the process.
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On the free promo, you have to either be in KDP Select, or get lucky and put it on sale everywhere else and then tell people to click “found at a lower price”. I STILL can’t get The Beast in the Mirror free on Amazon, even though it’s free everywhere else and people have clicked the lower price link. I’m about to release a short story for Halloween for free, and I’m just not going to put it on Amazon.
It’s all just too confusing, lol. I don’t have the time to figure it out lately (curse you, supposed-to-be-part-time-job-feeling-suspiciously-full-time-recently!!), so right now I just have them both on KDP Select until I can work out the kinks of the other distribution methods. Sigh. If anything, all this is teaching me great lessons in being patient.
Reblogged this on Elaine Jeremiah and commented:
Check out my fellow author’s novel while it’s cut price!
Whoo hoo! Thanks for the reblog, Elaine!
Bought. And I’ve got to get those stories in. Maybe tonight. 🙂
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