Paranoia. Just because you are paranoid it doesn`t mean they are not out to get you
I am beginning to suffer a bout of paranoia now about the mysterious disappearance of the Kindle version of my novel Captain Cobbler from the sites of Amazon. The latest attempts I have made result in pictures of fluffy “Dogs of Amazon” albeit with an apology saying SORRY, we cannot find the page you want” and, believe me, these are all pages I have visited before where the Kindle version was mis-priced.
As I said yesterday, the morning started fine with the Kindle version at 99 pence on amazon.co.uk and the day before it had been available at 99 cents on the US page amazon.com – but no longer. There is no Kindle version available anywhere it seems. I have tried the Brazilian site where it had been priced at R$4.95 (just over a pound at current exchange rates) and my cousin Deb tells me it is not available in Canada either.
So – What`s going on I wonder. I have asked my publisher to find out but so far I have not had a response, perhaps still under investigation. But the whole thing makes a mockery of my attempt to key into the Christmas market in the UK and beyond. This should have been resolved at the beginning of December since I raised it several weeks previous with my publisher iUniverse.
Hopefully I may get some answers today but I would appreciate it if you – my FaceBook Friends – keep checking with your search engines to see if you can find a Kindle version of the novel Captain Cobbler: the Lincolnshire Uprising 1536. Thank you.