If you follow this blog you know I move around a lot and I travel as often as I can to visit historical sites and sample delicious food I don’t get to eat regularly. I travel by primarily by train and plane for most trips over 10 miles from home and use public transit for shorter distant trips. I also use my luggage for shopping via public transit, a trick I learned after canned foods spilled out of my shopping wagon while crossing a busy Brooklyn street several years ago.
The following just arrived in my email from Book Marketing Tools. I think it contains excellent analysis and information. ————– Many self-published authors tend to price themselves out of sales. This happens because: 1) You know how much time you spent to write the book, time or money spent on editing, time or money spent on the cover, time spent on learning to self-publish, plus the priceless view you have of your own work (rightfully so), all which combine to make you put
Effective the 12th of April 2015 all regular Peers of Beinan series books are now name your own price on Smashwords. The two books that are staying regular price are the two you expect: the Legacy of Princess Anlei Trilogy edition and The Complete Series volume because these contain multiple books at already low prices. Name your own price is only available on Smashwords; on all other retailers such as Amazon, Barnes/Noble, and iBookstore the books are all at their regular
Gone forever: the large print edition of Ghosts of the Past goes out of print in favour of a larger text regular paperback edition. Ever since I first published the original edition of The Great Succession Crisis, there has always been a large print edition for my books. It is something I believe in as a low vision author, an accessible resource making reading easier. Sadly, large print remains the dark child of the publishing industry. Retailer websites bury large print ed