Wednesday, January 19, 2022

Creating a Bundle

Confession: I've never created a bundle of my novels and sold them as a set. Why? Because I don't have a set of novels to bundle together yet! Okay, that's the real confession.

But I like the concept. For example, my writer friend, Milo Fowler, has the complete series of his Captain Quasar books (at about 1000 pages) in a box set - 3 novels for only 99 cents! 

This particular series is humorous space opera. As the blurb says: "Perfect for fans of Galaxy Quest, Guardians of the Galaxy, and Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy." He also writes serious SF and is a wonderful writer.

Anyway, you get the idea. Lots of authors package up their books that sell individually for, say, $2.99, and for a short time offer a bunch together for a bargain basement deal. (My niece who writes Christian romance does this all the time.) I need to try this.

So, a project that I plan to work on is to bundle together 4 story collections (since I don't have a series of novels yet). The 4 story collections are my "Last" series - Last Gasp, Last Laugh, Last Chance, and Last Cry.

Right now, they're all 99 cents each, or free to read with Kindle Unlimited. But I'm considering putting all the stories together in one volume and sell that for 99 cents for awhile. What do you think?

It's a start anyway. And will give me practice when I complete my magical cat stories and my Sword of Otrim stories and my Silo Saga and my... umm, yeah. So many projects, so little time.

Wish me luck. And tell me what bundles you've come across that you'd recommend!

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