Thursday, October 22, 2015

Sweet Destruction is now exclusive to Amazon

Over the past few months, I have researched and talked to other authors about Amazon Unlimited and the pros and cons with going exclusive with them. I've considered it from every angle and decided I wanted to dip my toes and test the waters. Apologies to my Kobo, Apple, Barnes & Noble, and Google readers. This is not a decision I made lightly but I wanted to pursue some of the marketing that Amazon offers. Since Amazon constitutes almost 70% of all eBook sales and only offers its most lucrative marketing tools under Kindle Select, I had to give it a try. I have left all of the Promise Me books on the other retailers so that all of your fellow readers can still find them there with your recommendations (I love you for it!). Sweet Destruction may return to all platforms in the future (I'm contracted for only three months of exclusivity with Amazon). In the meantime, if you do not read on a Kindle, you can still read Sweet Destruction using a Kindle app.

If you do not know about Kindle Unlimited it looks to be a very nice program for readers. You pay a month fee and read books for free. Think of the library system. You 'check' books out (but you also have the option to buy them too). Not all books are in Kindle Unlimited - it is the author's choice to be. I like the idea because I'm a huge proponent of libraries. I donate books to them and have always visited mine regularly.

I'm excited that Sweet Destruction will see new readers and is in a new phase of its life now. Sam and Walker are still one of my favorite couples.

As always, I love each and every one of you for all you do to make my dreams possible and I hope I can continue giving you the stories you love and enjoy.

Love,
Paige


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