Apropos of, but not connected to my post about 99 cent novels, we’ve made some changes in the ebook section of my website.
Meaning, this will be interesting, but we’ve been planning it for a long time, so it’s not actually that I went running to change something because of the discussion. In fact, we’re hoping to launch a completely new website along with the Deathless drop-date, and this is part of that revamping.
Essentially, I’ve lowered the prices on all my ebooks to 2.99.
Now, that’s not The Orphan’s Tales or Palimpsest–I don’t have the erights to those. What they are are my first three novels, which were small press titles, my poetry collections, and the Omikuji short fiction collection. The Labyrinth, Yume no Hon: The Book of Dreams, The Grass-Cutting Sword, Apocrypha, Oracles, A Guide to Folktales in Fragile Dialects, The Descent of Inanna (with audiobook), and This Is My Letter to the World. All 2.99. Much, much less than a mocha.
I will be fascinated to see how this goes, given the comments on what I will now call the Mocha Entry, given the number of retweets–we are working on getting all the back catalogue titles up on the Kindle, as well as an e-version of Ventriloquism–all that is forthcoming, but it takes some time and IT manpower, both of which are in short supply. Hopefully very soon. For now, you can get all my indie projects really rather cheaply and be sure all the purchasey money goes to me.
As part of the redesign, The Ice Puzzle will also be coming down. PS Publishing is going to put out a beautiful edition sometime next year, and we don’t want to interfere with that. You have a week or two to finish it if you never got around to reading it, etc, but it’s been up online for almost 6 years now, so I hope you’ll forgive me for moving it into a new form. Obviously, we’ll put out a Kindle edition of that, too, when the time comes.
I hope you’ll all enjoy the cheaper books and changes to the site as we evolve a bit.