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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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April e-book sales figures and a signal boost

Kristine Kathryn Rusch’s blog has been hacked and infected with malware mere hours after she posted the latest installment in her Business Rusch series on royalty statements and problematic accounting practices in the publishing industry. A second, unconnected blog where … Continue reading

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March 2012 e-book sales figures and a couple of neat links

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 … Continue reading

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A Sales Milestone

Pegasus Pulp just passed the 100 sales threshold. This includes all books and all platforms. For anyone who cares about a bit of statistics neepery, the platform breakdown is as follow: Send to Kindle

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January 2012 E-Book Sales Figures

My e-book sales figures for January 2012 matched my December results, so I’m still seeing a sliver of the post-Christmas/New Year sales bump, even if many others are not. In January 2012 I sold 17 e-books across all platforms. The … Continue reading

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December e-book sales and a look back on our first year in business

Kristine Kathryn Rusch may have some doubts whether the predicted post-Christmas e-book sales rush will happen this year, but at least as far as I am concerned the Christmas sales increase is real. For in December 2011, I sold 17 … Continue reading

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November Sales and why you won’t find Pegasus Pulp e-books in KDP Select

First of all, I just noticed that I never posted the November sales figures. Well, they weren’t all that great. The month started out pretty well, but then sales ground to a halt with all of those Amazon promotions over … Continue reading

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October sales and some observations about the German e-book market

First of all, here are my October sales figures. In October 2011, I sold 8 e-books across all platforms. The detailed breakdown is as follows: Amazon US: 5 Amazon UK: 1 OmniLit/AllRomance ebooks: 2 This makes October a miserable month, … Continue reading

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September e-Book sales figures – and a couple of links

October has begun which means that it’s not just time for falling leaves, warmer clothes and the annual autumn fair but also for the monthly sales report. In September 2011, I sold 14 e-books across all titles and platforms, up … Continue reading

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New Discussions of Eternal Topics

The latest doom and gloom article comes to you courtesy the New York Times. This time around, it’s not publishing itself or the print book that’s declared dead but the mass market paperback. If mass market paperbacks were actually to … Continue reading

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