Okay, so now I have a total of six sales with royalties adding up to about $7 if I do my math correctly. Each ebook - Killing Ways: Stories
and The Devil's Snare: A Comedy
- has sold three copies. Sounds like I've made some coin off of stories that hadn't earned me any money (though a few were published previously around the web on now defunct sites). But being an old fogey, I asked Amazon to send me a check instead of routing money straight to my bank so they won't send a thing until I've reached a hundred bucks and at this rate it'll be July when that happens. And they take an $8 processing fee so right now, I owe them a dollar...
Not to mention that two friends brought copies so real sales are less than they appear, but...
In the world of short story publication, any sale is a good thing.
And I've got plenty of other stories to put out there. And when they're all out there working for me instead of taking up desktop space, I might make $7 A DAY... nothing to sneeze at since that turns into $2555 a year. Given the fact that most of the two dozen short stories I've published over the years earned $0, $2500+ would definitely be welcome.
Plus, I'm working on bringing THE CONCRETE MAZE to Kindle.
Labels: Kindle, Short Stories