As I often mentioned in the past, I am a statistics freak. I check my stats here and elsewhere like Amazon.com. By checking Amazon. com for my numbers on my small book of haiku, Ohayo Haiku, I can tell if any of them sold. If my numbers dip down into the hundreds of thousands, I know I sold at least one book online. Then, per usual, the numbers start to go back up.
Recently, I have also noticed that the price of my book is less than what I can buy it from my publisher. That it is even less than my publisher's printing costs, too. How can it be that this is so? How can Amazon sell my book, or any book for that matter, for less than it takes to print them?
Regardless, now is the time to buy my book! Where else can you get a book for under a buck? I personally give many of my books away as if it were a greeting card (even without the price reduction and postage, my book is a great alternative to a card--about the same price and the person to whom it's sent feels even more special). Consider it! Because I don't know how long the price reduction will last.
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