I now have created a web page, thanks to Google sites, which are free, where I’ve got all the ebooks that I’ve put on Amazon.com in one place: Curious Arts Press. Eventually I’ll transfer this to its own permanent domain; but this will do for now.
I figure any added bit of advertising I can do is helpful.
This makes it convenient for people to see what I’ve made available on Amazon (and eventually, in other e-book formats). Thus far, I’ve got eleven novels and four short stories that I’ve released as e-books for the Kindle, along with one children’s book written by my wife.
And what of the future? I have another sixteen novels that I think I’ll eventually put up on Amazon.com as ebooks:
1. With a Rod of Iron
2. A Different Sort of Darkness
3. Where No Question Dwells
4. In the Shadow of Prometheus
5. Best of All Worlds
6. Hacker’s Apprentice
7. As Long as It is Today
8. Chronicles of the Kings – Book 1
9. Chronicles of the Kings – Book 2
10. The Annals of Symposium 1
11. The Annals of Symposium 2
12. The Annals of Symposium 3
13. The Annals of Symposium 4
14. The Annals of Symposium 5
15. The Annals of Symposium 6
There are another four novels that I’ve written, but I’d like to try to get them published traditionally first.
I’ve also got two non-fiction books that I will put up as ebooks very soon:
1. The Complaint of Jacob
2. What Would Satan Do? The Devil’s Theology
And then there are quite a few short stories that I should release as singles. I have yet to do a full inventory of those.
So, I’ve got a lot of work to do; I need to do some rewriting, a lot of proofreading, and then formatting of each of these works before they’ll be ready to appear as e-books. I also need to come up with better titles for some of them and design the covers.
Thus far, the experiment in indie publishing seems to be working about as I’ve been told to expect; and I’m certainly making more money on these books now than I was making with them sitting on my hard drive–or even what I was making on the three of these books that had been published by a small press.