Dropping the price of an e.book

I dropped the price of my flash fiction anthology, "Blood Picnic and other stories". When Amazon updates the website, it will go from $2.99 to $0.99. I can't say this will send any shockwaves through the publishing world, but the new price brings it more in line with the price point for other anthologies.

This move is long overdue. It's not unusual for the price to drop after the book has been out for a while, and this has been priced the same since in came out last year. Eventually, when I have some firm plans for "Verbosity's Vengeance", I'll append the first chapter or two onto "Blood Picnic" as a teaser.

Come to think of it, there's another blog post that I need to write about the status of "Verbosity's Vengeance", but that will have to wait for another day.

Bonus: want a free reviewer copy of "Blood Picnic"? Be one of the first ten people to comment on this post with the word "review" somewhere in your comment. All I ask is that you leave a review at Amazon after you're done reading.

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1 comment:

  1. I do writing, editing, and some other things, including Mandarin Coaching and Tutoring [Twitter @han4yu3). I'd like to be able to review Tony Noland's Blood Picnic.


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