Yeah, even a little jump in sales, even thought they mean butkus in royalties, would mean something. I had a total of 11 copies sold in a year and a half, so if I sell another 11 before Friday, what the heck.
I took down the link to my book in my sig line today. I'll be self-pubbing it within a few weeks with a new cover and copyright page. I might change the title too,
ETA: Deleting my ebook in my signature and posting this, somehow made me a bit sad. I need chocolate. Lots of it.
I'd leave the title the same. It's really annoying to buy a new book from a favourite author and realise you've already read it. But if you're one of the many whose books only sold 14 copies with Musa, perhaps that won't be a problem.
Oddly enough I saw Musa selling off a novel that I'm pretty sure the author got the rights back to last year. I only say that because I downloaded it off Amazon earlier this month with a new cover and new publisher. And there it was for sale on Musa's website undercutting the new publisher by a couple of bucks.
Is anyone else not seeing their last sales on Delphi? I know of two sales (don't know if there were more), but Delphi's showing me nothing since December.
Frying pan, fire?Mirror World Publishing claims to be republishing some of Musa's titles.
Mirror World has only been open for a year. The brief information it gives about its principals suggests that neither had any publishing experience prior to opening Mirror World. I wish them the best of luck but can't help wincing at this announcement.
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