Do you subscribe to Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited?
No, I’m not trying to pitch it to you. But if you are a subscriber, I have news regarding the inclusion of The Altars in the Kindle Unlimited library. After February 27th, The Altars will no longer be free-to-read with Kindle Unlimited.
This is good news, because it means I can make The Altars available to purchase through other ebook retailers. Enrolling an ebook in Kindle Unlimited makes it exclusive to Amazon. That was fine for a while, but I’d always planned on putting The Altars in as many stores as possible.
So why did I enroll The Altars in Kindle Unlimited in the first place? Isn’t it a bad deal? Not entirely. As an author looking to get his stuff read by as many people as possible, having a book in the Kindle Unlimited library was actually a good move for me. As an author trying to make money, however, it absolutely was not a good move (the payout for authors is, well, not so great). But I knew that going in, and had always planned on only staying with Kindle Unlimited for six months.
So for fans and customers of Kobo, Apple Books, Scribd, and others, look for The Altars ebook to arrive at your favorite retailer in March. Don’t worry, I’ll remind you.
If you’re a Kindle Unlimited subscriber, better get reading. And if The Altars is on your list but you’re unable to complete it by the time it disappears from your Unlimited library on the 27th, get in touch and we’ll figure something out.