If you read this blog, you probably know I’m in the process of making my first book, A Reason to Live, into an audio book through the Amazon site ACX.com. I’ve gotten several fantastic auditions from voice actors, and am a little stuck on how to proceed.
Got ten minutes? Listen to these voice samples from A Reason to Live, vote for your favorite and, if you want, give me a couple comments at the bottom of the page. It would be a huge help for me in making my decision (which I need to do before May 15 or so). [Read more…]
He’s got both a Mystery and a Horror blog that features one awesomely-priced book each day. The site has featured the novels of such notables as James Patteson, Dean Koontz, and Jeffery Deaver, all of them low-priced for a short time or, like mine, less than than the price of a grande skim latte at Starbucks.
There’s no cost to you; Brian makes a little bit of change of each sale by way of the Amazon Affiliate program. Give it a gander if you’ve got a second: www.emysterybargains.com
I realize I owe you all some Adventures in Advertising posts–I apologize: Marty Singer #3 has been giving me fits since before Christmas and I just found out my editor has dropped me for greener pastures. Crises continue! I promise I’ll get some juicy info to you soon.
In the meantime, however, I could really use some online help from you all that should take about 2 minutes, if you’re willing: I’m trying to make my novel A Reason to Live free on Amazon to coincide with some advertising I’m running next week.
The book is already free on iTunes, Smashwords, and Kobo books. I need to convince Amazon that they should price match their competitors and the best way to do so is to “report a lower price” on my novel’s Amazon page. Here’s how you can help:
About 1/3 of the way down the page is a section called Product Details. The last line in that section says “Would you like to give feedback on images or tell us about a lower price?” Click on “lower price.”