MURDER ON THE MIND and published it on Amazon for Kindle. Later, other distributors arrived (Smashwords, Nook, iTunes, Sony, etc.) and as e readers became more prevalent, indie authors had a new way to market their books. They tried different pricing levels and found a sweet spot that worked for them.
For me, putting Murder on the Mind free (and it's still is for all e formats) finally helped the series find its audience. I tried to convince my editor that doing the same thing would help my Booktown series.
You could hear the crickets in the background.
But for JUST TODAY, and ONLY for NOOK, Penguin has lowered the price of Murder is Binding to $2.99 down from (the outrageous price of) $7.99 for the ebook.
What can this do? It might help the series find a whole new audience.
MURDER IS BINDING this $2.99 Nook sweet spot might help you decide if you'd like to try to other books in the series.
But the price is ONLY good for today.
I hope you'll give Tricia, Angelica, Miss Marple, Ginny, Mr. Everett and all the rest of Stoneham, NH a try. (You might like it!)
Amazon has matched the Barnes & Noble Nook price -- so if you have a Kindle and would like to try Murder is Binding, click here. Woot!