My eBooks Have Gone Wide!

If you’ve been reading my books for a while, you’ll probably have noticed that they were only available as ebooks through Amazon. Although most other booksellers carried my print books, you couldn’t buy them from other ebook retailers. That’s because I signed an exclusive contract with Amazon. In exchange for agreeing to sell my ebooks only with them, they added my ebooks to Kindle Unlimited. This was a great opportunity since most of my books were sold through Amazon.

That all changed last month. Amazon decided to TERMINATE my bookseller account after accusing me of having a second seller account with them (which I did NOT). I appealed their decision, and they reinstated my account after nearly a month, but they never apologized or explained why they terminated it.

You can imagine how frustrating that was!

Because of this, I’ve switched to wide distribution, and my books are now available on all major ebook retailers. You can get them from Apple Books, Kobo, Nook, and Google Books. I’ll keep them this way for the foreseeable future. I enjoyed my exclusive partnership with Amazon, but their draconian treatment of me and my ebook account has made me leery of ever being in Kindle Unlimited again.

Since they reinstated my account, you can once again purchase my eBooks with Amazon.