Friday, December 9, 2011

"The Odd Couple" in Kindle Select Program

OK, so I decided to give the new Amazon KDP select program a whirl with only "The Odd Couple," which barely sells outside of Kindle, anyway. Check "TOC" out for free if you're a prime member. We'll see how this experiment goes, but I really don't like the idea of having my digital copies exclusive only to Kindle. If I continue with this program, it'll be for books that have been out a while and that have low sales outside of Kindle. In other words, I don't envision "All in the Family" and "Third" coming out on Kindle only.

And here's an oldie but goodie review of "TOC" on the Rainbow Reader. Here's one part of it: "It was entirely similar to riding a Tunnel of Love in an amusement park, with the added attraction of wonderfully done characterizations, taut plotting, and the quest to bring the characters through successfully to the end so that they could truly discover their own “Happily Ever Afters.” The Odd Couple is most definitely worth reading, and its readership need not be limited to fans of Lesbian fiction. Oh, no, this is a novel that deserves maximum readership exposure."

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