Ebooks - from the price to a latte and muffin to the cost of a bag of chips

Posted by Yvonne Barlow on Thursday, October 15, 2015
We've done something quite radical, scary almost!
We've reduced the price of all our older ebook fiction to 99p. You might ask why, and the answer is simple - the costs involved in producing an ebook are all up front, before publication. Once production costs have been earned, then why not share in the proceeds?
Our ebooks are usually priced from £2.99-£3.99 - the cost of a latte and a muffin in the standard High Street coffee shop. We keep the costs down because we want readers to try our fiction.
At 99p, our titles become the price of a bag of chips.
Take advantage!

Our 99p listings
62 reviews on Amazon - 4 stars
A beauty and beast tale of an artist and a librarian.

'A gripping story,' Historical Novel Review
A fifth century tale of torn loyalties.

'A twist in the tale,' Tatler
A bizarre find affects life, love and marriage.

'An irresistible read,' France magazine
Can a husband redeem a mysterious disappearance?

'Every character drawn in loving detail,' author, Hanif 
Parallel stories of forbidden love in the American South.

'A lovely evocative read,' Historical Novel Review
What lies beneath a beau's wavering charm?

'Quirky and original,' Cynthia Rogerson, author
Can we ever run away from our problems?

'A lively well-written romp,' The Star
Think Jilly Cooper - but in Sheffield.

'Unflinching compassion,' David Swann, author
Bryony Doran's short story collection.

Five star reviews on Amazon
What's it like to date an actor who hits the big time?

Do take advantage!


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