Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Trinity on Tylos available at Barnes and

As the title (and link) state, my science fiction adventure, Trinity on Tylos, is now at available at Barnes and Noble online. This is not really "news" in my mind, because BN bought eBook vendor Fictionwise a while back. For the moment, both are still operating independently, but I have noticed that Fictionwise now gets eBook versions of the good stuff early on, and that has to be due to the partnership with BN. Now, a few months after, customers can purchase eBooks from small presses. My publisher sent out a notice, which is what prompted me to look at the listing. Alas, it is barebones, with no editorial reviews and only one customer rating.

Will an additional outlet increase sales for small presses? I suspect that it won't, especially with minimal information in the listings, but I hope that I am wrong. Many good books are only available via small presses, and I enjoy reading offbeat works, so I have been a good customer at Fictionwise. As FW adds titles from the big six, I don't know if small presses will continue to use it as a sales vehicle.

Regarding sales of my own titles, I have noticed an upward trend for The Gift Horse, via Amazon and via a local retailer. I'm pleased by those sales, of course. I've done absolutely nothing to promote it in quite a while, so such sales are due to product placement and word of mouth.

I'm glad that readers continue to find The Gift Horse an entertaining read. And, I wish more readers would discover Trinity on Tylos, for it, too, deserves an audience.

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At Jul 27, 2009, 3:20:00 PM, Blogger Sun Singer said...

With Roxane's permission, I put most of my Living Jackson review up there. As usual, though, B&N takes out all the spaces so that reviews look like one giant paragraph.

I felt like telling them Amazon doesn't mess things up that way. :-)


At Jul 27, 2009, 3:27:00 PM, Blogger Pamela J. Dodd said...

Hello Malcolm,

Thanks for the great review. I do appreciate it, and thanks to Roxanne for granting permission.

Best of luck with your writing, both books and articles.


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