Paranoia. The mystery of the missing Kindle deepens…

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 and the day before it had been available at 99 cents on the US page – 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.



About Keith Melton - Green Lib Dem

Retired English liberal environmentalist living in Nottinghamshire; spent six years in Brazil. Author of Historical Novel - Captain Cobbler: the Lincolnshire Uprising 1536. Active member of the Green Liberal Democrats - (pressure group in Liberal Democrats) - was Founding Chair of GLD in 1988
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