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Monday, February 27, 2012

Almost there...

All episodes have been recorded and I am currently editing them. At present I am finishing about 3 a week. At that rate I can submit everything to podiobooks in 2-3 weeks. As soon as I'm finished I will be polishing it he book up a bit and sending it to te proof readers that volunteered. Once it comes back from them I will reesit and submitt it to the Amazon, Apple, Barnes and Noble and Smashwords.

Quick question. What do you usually pay for an ebook? I will price it somewhere between .99 cents and $2.99 . What dobyounthink is fair?


  1. I think you're in the right range. In my opinion, you shouldn't have to pay as much for an ebook as a paper copy because there's less material involved. I'm looking forward to the release date. Definitely can't wait for the podcasts. They're a great way to pass the time while I'm driving my rig.

    1. I am inclined to agree here, an e-copy of a book should be cheaper than the dead-tree variety. Cost though is relative, a higher price will sell less but make more profit per copy. However a low price will sell more at a lower profit margin. All in all you would probably expect to receive the same revenue at whichever price point you sell (.99 or $2.99). I would suggest though that striking happy medium between the two points would be best... $1.99 or even £1.75 (greater perception of value).

      Thats my thoughts.

    2. that was meant to be $1.75, not £

  2. Thanks Greedok, love the name! I am on the road all day and podiobooks definitely makes the day bearable. I hope you join the blog. Followers will be getting extra short stories etc. Thanks again for the input, much appreciated!

  3. Hi. Thanks for following on Twitter! Following you back and joining the blog.

  4. Thanks! I will be getting with you in the weeks to come.

  5. Hi Bryan, first off, thank you for following me on Twitter (@danielrmitchell)

    Having been looking over some of your recent posts here on your blog I confess that I am most intrigued and am looking for to when I get the opportunity to listen to Raising Hell. It will be a while yet though as I have a batch of other podiobooks to get through.
    Once I am done I review them over at my blog, so when i have read Raising Hell I will let you know when the review has been posted.

    If you like you can get in contact with me (via MyEarBooks), I would be happy to receive and post an introduction to Raising Hell there for you. Contact me for the requirements!

    Take care Bryan, and keep up the good work.

  6. Thanks so much. Raising Hell is a first draft. I will release the full version in ebook form. I look forward to communicating with you.