Monthly Archives: April 2017

The Dead of Winter – ON SALE for 99p/c

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“Dark, sinister and suspenseful”
Only 99p – get it NOW!
 
Two children have disappeared. The mask of this community is about to fall.
The Dead of Winter is on sale for 99p/c from the 26 – 29th April 2017.
“The final several key chapters are executed simply flawlessly”
“Wicked, wicked tale with several twists that keep you guessing”
“The reader is in for a treat”
“McLaughlin’s finest work so far”
“Riveting”
“I felt the gritty real atmosphere”
“A beautiful job”
Do not miss it!
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Kindle Unlimited – a service well worth paying for

I’ve read a few comments recently about how people are being shortchanged by Kindle Unlimited because it doesn’t have big names or many bestsellers on it’s list. I don’t think its amazon that is short changing people as much as it is the major publishing houses not embracing the change to how people are reading.

I have my four books listed in Kindle Unlimited and I would say I have more success with that than I do with selling actual copies. I hope that changes but I’m glad that KU has provided me with a platform to be seen rather than my books drowning in the tide.

Kindle Unlimited doesn’t provide you with full access to the library, and much of the content on there will likely be from self published authors or authors who haven’t sold a million copies. However, there are still hundreds of thousands of books for you to download. At £7.99 a month ($9.99 in America) I believe it’s a treat.

Nobody complains that Netflix doesn’t have all the blockbuster films or new releases on it. It’s a service that provides exclusive content for a monthly fee and should be treated as such.

So I would ask that people support the Kindle Unlimited service. As an author, it has some great promotional tools to allow us to lower our prices or make our books visible through the free days. What’s so bad about that? I know that you have to make the digital format of your book exclusive to amazon. You would have to weigh up how much success you’re having with other retailers. For me, it’s worth remaining in and, for the moment I wont consider going elsewhere.