As many of you know, my medieval romances have come out of KDP Select and are now available at all portals again. The two exceptions are The Wolf & the Witch and The Hunter & the Heiress. Both of these books finish their current terms in KU in November, and will be republished at all portals then.
This means that The Dragon & the Damsel won’t be going into KDP Select in the near future, nor will The Scot & the Sorceress immediately after publication. I may enroll the entire Blood Brothers series in KDP Select at some future point in time, but not right now. After crunching the numbers, it’s clear that having my books available at all portals is a more successful strategy for me. I actually expected the opposite to be true, but the only way to find out for sure was to give it a try.
Having the books in wide distribution means that you can anticipate a sale on The Wolf & the Witch, probably in the new year, to welcome new readers to the series while book #4 is on pre-order. It also means that I’m going to try something new in February and that the publication date for S&S has moved to May. Stay tuned for details.
I also moved out the Masquerade of the Marchioness to December to give me a chance to catch my breath. 🙂
Once all my books are published at all the portals again – with updated interiors and shiny new links here on the website – I’ll be able to focus on writing more new books. I’m really looking forward to that. It’s been a busy year for updates.
Oh good to know that your books are on KU now. I really enjoyed your unicorn series, that was like 15 years ago that I read them. Now that my eyesight is catching up to my old age, and as much as I love books, it’s easier for me to read on kindle. I’ll be making a blog post about retro romance reads available on KU so I’ll be sure to add these on the list.
Actually, Jacqueline, it’s the other way around. My medievals have been in KU for the past year, but they’ve just come out of that and are now available at all portals again.
As much as I’d love the mention, it wouldn’t be true anymore!