It's taken the better part of a week and most of the weekend but Witch on the Warpath Kindle edition is about to go live on Amazon.
I looked at all the programmes designed to 'help' you, but couldn't follow half of them. The result? Me sitting with a Kindle in one hand and sending versions of the book back and forth via my e-mail. Not only did I check my kindle, I also viewed it all through the kindle app on my tablet. Seven versions later it's in the hands of Amazon - or the gods (same thing really?).
This is a second edition of the book, remedying the 8 mistakes I found in the first edition and couldn't live with, and altering an odd word here and there. There is one layout error which, after 4 versions of trying to correct it, I've given up - I'm left-handed anyway and who says, if it's my book I can't mess it in up a bit?
Sorry no spoilers, you'll have to buy it to view it!! lol.
I've priced it at a very reasonable £3.99, though I wanted to go over £5.00 cos the paltry royalties, even on 70%, mean I won't be retiring any time soon. Unless my remaining five books do well. (waiting to be published) E-books now suffer the ignominy of VAT! And, whilst it is an e-book Amazon also charges 'delivery' or 45 pence for every e-book sold. How can they do that? On top of that there's tax to pay leaving me with just enough to buy an ice-cream!
I've got the Red anthology to review now and also get back to Aqua.
Please, please think about leaving feedback on Amazon and especially Waterstones since they turned down my application, after I sent them a complimentary copy too.