Hi, guys! I wanted to let you know that the price of Blood of Anteros will be increasing to $2.99. You ask why? Beside the obvious reason...
Book publishing is a complicated industry. If I price a book under $2.99, Amazon takes 70% and Barnes & Noble takes 65%. You do the math. Ummm...30% of $.99 is 0.297. That's right. When you buy Blood of Anteros, I make a whopping $.30. Whew! At that rate, I can upsize my value meal. Maybe.
If I price it $2.99 or greater, I make the 70%/65%. So...what would you do? Give them the greater royalties or make the profit for yourself since you did the work? I personally rather give you the book for free (which actually boosts sells for my other books) and consider it advertising for the others, but Amazon won't let me do that unless I join them exclusively. Meaning...I can't sell my book ANYWHERE but through them. Again, meaning...Nook customers are left without. I'm not ready to cut off my Nook customers just because Amazon is the leader. So...I'm letting you know in advance. If you want Blood of Anteros for $.99, you better act fast. I will be raising the price soon.
I'm not greedy. I'm just trying to make it.
New York Times and USA Today Best-Selling Author