Tag Archives: KDP Select

Our Six Year Anniversary

July 3 marks Pegasus Pulp’s six year anniversary, so it’s time for another overview post. In those six years, our catalogue has grown to 109 titles in two languages. In other news, I’m currently trying for a repeat of the … Continue reading

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The Big 2000

Last night, Pegasus Pulp crossed the 2000 lifetime sales threshold. I know that’s not much compared to some indies who sell ten thousands, hundred thousands or even millions of books, but it’s still a reason to celebrate for me. It … Continue reading

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Reactions to Kindle Unlimited from around the Web and a look at subscription services in general

Amazon’s new Kindle Unlimited subscription program continues to dominate the debate in the online indie publishing community. I already explained why Pegasus Pulp e-books won’t be available via the program. Now let’s hear what some other authors, indie, trad and … Continue reading

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Why Pegasus Pulp e-books won’t be available via Kindle Unlimited

You’ve probably already heard about Kindle Unlimited, the new e-book subscription service Amazon unveiled today. Alas, Pegasus Pulp e-books won’t be among the 600000 e-books and audio books available to borrow via Kindle Unlimited. The reason is that including our … Continue reading

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KDP Select Redux

You’d think it would be old news by now, but we’re talking about KDP Select again, probably prompted by the recent Amazon announcement that KDP Select users will now receive 70% royalties for any sales in India, as opposed to … Continue reading

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May sales figures, the German e-book market, Kobo news and some other links

The German booksellers’ association Börsenverein des Deutschen Buchhandels (a.k.a. the nice folks who brought you the German fixed book price agreement among other things) have released their 2012 e-book study. The most notable point is that e-books are now 1 … Continue reading

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More interviews, more on corporate erotica censorship, the resurgence of short fiction and other cool links

First of all, I am interviewed by John Warner at the Indie Book Spot today, where I talk about writing, goals, the ebook market, KDP Select, etc… Come on over and say hello. Jim Kukral of the Author Marketing Club … Continue reading

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A Leap Day Link and an Interview

Today I’m interviewed by fantasy and YA writer Emily Ann Ward on her blog. Come on over and say hello. The links to all interviews I have done are also archived on the interview page. Meanwhile, Indie Reader discusses the … Continue reading

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A book pimping post and the problem of free

First of all, happy book release day to Elke Marion Weiß whose debut crime novel Triangel is published today. A Kindle edition is also available. Elke was one of my teachers at university. Chuck Wendig weighs in on KDP Select … Continue reading

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An Interview and Some Links

First of all, I’ve got another interview up. This time around, I was interviewed by Peter Joseph Lewis at Why Did You Write That? Drop by and say hello. And now for a couple of links: Writer Ian Duncan responds … Continue reading

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