First of all, I’ve been interviewed by writer Jess C. Scott at her site.
What is more, a new month has begun, which means that it’s time for the monthly sales figures. In March, e-book sales picked up a little after a truly dismal February. They could still be a lot better though.
As a result, I sold 11 e-books across all platforms in March 2012. The detailed breakdown is as follows:
Amazon UK: 4
OmniLit/AllRomance e-books: 2
And now for some neat links:
There is some more sales stats analysis at Adventures in E-Publishing, where fantasy author Derek J. Canyon analyzes what self-published authors who report more than 50000 e-books sold have in common.
Dean Wesley Smith discusses indie publishing economics as well as short term and long term thinking among indie writers.
SFF writer Richard Parks has a great post about the ever changing literary scene and how even reaching ones goals usually doesn’t take one exactly where you want to be.