I have been debating on leaving my first book Blake on KDP Select and putting it up for free again, but after reading some posts from many authors, including Russell Blake http://russellblake.com/ and Ashley Barron, and watching what other authors are doing with their books I believe I have made up my mind not to. I am hoping to eventually get Blake up on other book store shelves. Amazon isn’t the only fish in the sea, though it might be the biggest!
To KDP Select Or Not To KDP Select
Its time to decide.
I have paid attention to KDP Select since its launch at the beginning of this year. Over the past six months, Ive posted my own initial questions about the monetary structure of KDP Select in a blog post, and listened to and shared the experiences of fellow writers I admire and trust, including Collette Scott.
Hundreds and hundreds of the e-books that I downloaded when they were temporarily free are now sitting on my Kindle, waiting to be read. As a reader, it is exciting to scroll through the list of possibilities and know I could find a book to suit any mood, any craving.
When Ive paid for a novel, though, it tends to jump to the top section of my TBR list. Thats my reality. Maybe its yours, too……
For more on this post:) Permalink: blog.thepriyas.com/2012/06/12/to-kdp-select-or-not-to-kdp-select.aspx