I've got some things in the works. I've got other jobs I do now, aside from school and my part time retail job.
My sister-in-law and I are teaming up to do a newsletter. And then, once book two is out, I have one story I've already started work on as well as some other stories. I've got a couple short stories I might compile into a book along with the flash fiction I've done. I just wish I could get permission to use the pictures I found to inspire the flash fiction.
But I know that I just need to get my name out there, get more stuff for people to read. I've got so many ideas brewing in my brain faster than I can write them out.
But first things first.
I've kept Adversarius free on Smashwords for the longest time. I want my stuff to get out there, but I suppose getting more writing out is just as important. But I only have reviews for Book One on Amazon. I have one lonely review on Smashwords. I've kept Book One free to encourage people to put up reviews.
Now Adversarius is over on Barnes and Noble and not a single review, but lots of downloads. Meh.
Anyway, pricing for Adversarius is going back up. I'll be putting out my short story for free and then figure things out from there.
I just don't like the idea of an e-book being more than $2.99. After I'm done with my e-books, I remove them from my device. If they were paper books, I'd stick them on my bookshelf. But I don't typically read a book more than once. There are very few that I get all nostalgic over and want to have on my shelf, but still, there they sit.
How do you deal with pricing? Where are your books sold? Do you stick to just Amazon or is your book everywhere?
Have a good rest of your week!