After three months as a Kindle exclusive, the ebook of Death’s Good Intentions is now available at all major online booksellers.
If you've been interested in the book but didn't want to go with Amazon, you now have a few more choices...
Barnes & Noble Nook
. . . and of course it still remains available from Amazon.
If I have overlooked your favorite online bookstore, please let me know!
So, was the Kindle Select exclusivity worth it for those extra perks? . . . No, not really. I mean, it’s true that probably 75% of sales come from Amazon, but exclusivity sucks. Also, I hate that word. Exclusivity. I just do.
Really though, choice is an important thing, and you shouldn’t be forced to go to Amazon if you want to read an author’s books. . . On that same note, I believe authors shouldn't be forced to go exclusively with Amazon in order to get some of the 'perks' like Kindle Unlimited and the occasional free day.
Will I do Kindle Select again? . . . Not with this book or any other in the End of the World series, no. I’m not ruling out a return to Kindle Select with an unrelated book, though, if only because Kindle Unlimited still has a chance of taking off. Also, there’s a chance that a future anthology I might be involved with goes with Kindle Select and I don’t wanna look like an ass by saying I’d never do it again, heh. Never say never!
So yeah, just wanted to give you all a heads-up and let you know that the book is available everywhere once again. Please consider giving it a look!
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