Since the beginning of the indie publishing movement, it’s been a wild ride and a constantly changing landscape. In a few weeks, I’ll celebrate my fourth year as an indie published author. I now have 14 published novels, and one, my first traditionally published book, is within weeks of release.
I’ve learned a lot about the craft, the edits, the art, the marketing, the accounting, the networking.
I’ve made a lot of friends.
But the more I learn, the more I learn I need to constantly stay on my toes, because what might be important today just might be obsolete tomorrow.
Kindle Unlimited is just one of the many undulating waves. Recently, I enrolled my book The Highwayman Incident in the program. It’s the first book in my Witching Well series. I did it as an experiment. I’m thinking of putting all of the first books in my different series into KU so I can take advantage of the free promotional days. (Currently, The Highwayman Incident is free until Tuesday.)
I would love to hear other’s experiences with KU and marketing.
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And if you enjoy time travel romance, I hope you’ll enjoy The Highwayman Incident.