There are some new distribution portals for my books that I want to share with you today. This comes of updating book interiors and having another look at where the books are for sale, how they’re getting there, and where things can be tweaked. As a result, I made some changes and additions.
(FYI – None of the buttons below are linked, although they are linked to the appropriate product page on the book pages here on the site.)
On many of my historical romance pages, you’ll find only Amazon links for digital content. This is because my medieval romances are all being enrolled in Kindle Unlimited, which means the digital editions can’t be available anywhere else. Right now, the Rogues of Ravensmuir, the Jewels of Kinfairlie, the True Love Brides and the Champions of St. Euphemia are enrolled in KU.
I’ll be moving the time travel romances over before the end of the year, the Bride Quest II books in December and the Bride Quest I books in January. All new medieval romance releases, like One Knight Enchanted, will be published directly into Kindle Unlimited. I’m also participating in some multi-author boxed sets which are in KU. You can check the status of any of these books on the new Kindle Unlimited page here on the website.
The Books 2 Read button is supported by Draft 2 Digital. Whenever it appears on a book product page, it’ll take you to a landing page for that book with links to Tolino, Scribd, 24Symbols, and Inktera.
This button will take you to an Overdrive product page. I have my books available there only for libraries, not for consumer sales. You can ask your library to add my books to their catalogue.
I’ve been using an aggregator called Pronoun to distribute my books to GooglePlay. On Monday, Pronoun announced that they were closing, so I’ve reloaded the books directly to GooglePlay. The links will change, once the books are processed and made available for salea again. I’m hoping that will be later this week.
My audiobooks originally were distributed by Audible, which ensured that they were for sale at Audible, Amazon, and iBooks. Remember that Audible has a new romance subscription program for romance: the Jewels of Kinfairlie audiobooks are enrolled in that.
My audiobooks continue to be available that the above portals, but I also have them distributed through Blackstone now. This means that my audiobooks are available more places and also as physical CD’s as well as digital downloads. Blackstone’s own portals are Blackstone for libraries and Downpour—you’ll find audio rentals at Downpour, too. Blackstone’s distribution is how my audiobooks are getting to Barnes & Noble and also to Kobo – remember that Kobo has a subscription plan for audio, similar to Audible’s regular subscription plan, but I think the pricing works out a little better for Canadians.
When possible, I sell digital editions directly to you from my Selz store. There are also free downloads in the store—like colouring pages, book lists, book charms, downloadable samples, and family trees. You’ll find the store right here. All the digital books are in this category.
Print copies of my books are available at many portals. Amazon, B&N, the Book Depository, Indigo, and IndieBound are only a few of the portals. If these aren’t your favorite places to shop, search on your portal of choice for the title in question. Because I use Ingrams for print distribution, any bookstore can order a copy of any of my books for you.
You can also order signed print copies of my books from my online store. Although the store calculates postage, the calculator needs a bit of refinement – I always charge the actual postage, so you might get a refund. I have some older editions for sale as well as the current ones, and I offer special pricing on entire series. You’ll find all the print books for sale in my online store, right here.