As an author, I’ve never been all that sure how to feel about Kindle Unlimited. I’ve heard mixed reviews. Some authors love it and think that the pay-off is great. Others think it is Internet robbery and claim that their sales and royalties have taken a major hit. I didn’t have any books enrolled in KU, so I had no idea if or how it would affect me. I chose to keep it that way.
Then I published the Cemetery Tours Series Box Set. The set includes the first three books in the Cemetery Tours Series: Cemetery Tours, Between Worlds, and After Death.
I knew I was only going to post it to Kindle. I haven’t had a whole lot of luck formatting for Nook and sales haven’t been at all good enough to make the effort worth it. So I uploaded the box set exclusively to Kindle.
Yesterday, on a complete and total whim, I thought, “You know… I’m going to give Kindle Unlimited a shot.” At this point in the game, I’m curious. It will be a learning experience if nothing else. It’s not permanent. It’s only for six months. If I decide I don’t like it or that it’s not worth it, then I simply won’t re-enroll.
However, for the time being, the Cemetery Tours Series box set IS available on Kindle Unlimited. That means that if you have a subscription, you can read ALL THREE novels in the series for FREE. It’s over 700 pages, but then again, it’s three books. It should be a bit lengthy.
Read the Cemetery Tours Series for FREE!
So if you have Kindle Unlimited, hop on over and download the Cemetery Tours Series. I don’t think you’ll regret it.
In other exciting news, the new Lurking Anthology, Lurking in the Shadows, has an official release date! It will be available on June 28, 2016! We don’t have a cover just yet, but I’m super excited about this anthology. My contribution, An Empty Building, is by far the darkest thing I’ve ever written. I had to write it in short increments in order to keep my own sanity.
Have a happy Thursday, y’all! Keep reading! Keep writing!
Try reading 900+ pages in one book … I love Outlander though, so it’s all good.
You should let us know what your stats are like at the end of this little trial run. I’ve been a little curious, but I haven’t been brave enough to try it out for myself.
Also, interesting that you mention availability through other distributors like Nook, etc. I haven’t had any luck there, either, but I never thought about taking it down. Hmmm… food for thought.