I just released a new ebook called Pillar of Salt. It's a short story that originally appeared in Postscripts a couple of years ago. As I mentioned before, I plan to make more of my short stories available as single ebooks because ... well, why not. Plus, with the recent announcement of Kindle Unlimited, I figured it would be a good chance to test the system.
What's Pillar of Salt about? Here's a short blurb:
In a small Pennsylvania town, the dead still get their mail.
The rule is simple: do not open the mail.
Somebody is about to break that rule.
I priced this ebook at $2.99, much higher than I normally price short stories, mostly because I don't expect anyone to actually buy this. Instead, I want people to download it via Kindle Unlimited, seeing as how everyone has a free 30-day trial. You download it for free, read it (or at least get past the 10% mark), and I still get paid. Win-win.
Obviously, because this ebook is exclusive to Amazon right now, it won't be on Nook, Kobo, iTunes, or Google Play for another three months. Also, from what I understand, Kindle Unlimited is only available to U.S. residents right now. Sorry.