Originally Posted by unlurking
I'd rather purchase a copy of the book than support the Kindle format, which I would be doing in attempting to show support for the author by downloading a Kindle version. Same concept as wanting Hunt to see empty seats, I won't give Amazon a click on a format I think is wrong.
This in a genre that I read and sounds interesting, so I will support a CP author by purchasing a copy when available in either an open standard or dead tree version.
Not trying to make a "statement" or anything. Just how I feel.
A paperback version is coming. Proofs are coming for my review. I'm committed to Kindle for another two months or so, and then I'll be on almost every other ebook format because I'll create a smashwords version. Ignore the current pricing. My ebook versions will go back to .99 cents after the promotion is over. The trade paperback will cost $9.99 on Amazon and should be available to order in Dec.