The Paperback Dilemma

 

 

It has occurred to me, while on my Kindle experiment, having your fiction work only available on Kindle is quite challenging in itself. I found out there are many people who actually don’t have kindle. Some have Nook or Kobo. And, many don’t have e-readers at all. Sure, there is always an option of reading the e-book on the computer screen in the amazon cloud reader available on its site. But, not many actually know that.

Not having my book “Peter’s Will” on paperback has made it limited in its availability because I know for sure that I could have sold about 10 physical copies of it already. I learned something this week. It probably isn’t the best idea to limit your fiction work just available in one format.

I will probably end up making it available on paperback.

 

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