Thank you so much for your patient support.
Grab it while you can because who knows what will happen?
Thank you for getting this fixed!
Pity you/your publisher chose not to offer the kindling to Africa (and others). Often this is oversight or misunderstanding. Hope you’re not just mean 😉 Anyway it reached 11 in the free charts (that I noticed) – well done
I’ll ask my publisher about this–It’s an experiment, both for me and the publisher, so there is much I don’t know about how the process works or what’s possible.
Thanks. Because of local/global rights issues ebooks are often (un)intentionally blocked to netherlanders. As a bonus Amazon charges non US/UK buyers $2 extra per ebook. Darkest Africa exists 🙂 You can experience by signing out on Amazon. A drop box then allows you to select region to show availability and prices. (I’m soduktile on twitter if you need to nudge for more info)
Thank you and your publisher for the prompt action. Happily free’d my kindling a few minutes ago.
This is terrific news–the last I’d heard was that because this process was so new to the publisher, they weren’t sure if they could pull it off for this book.
They seem to have done a nice job with the formatting – active TOC, cover aspect ratio correct, legalese at end, etc. I’d keep them. It bounced back from 29 to 27 so a few others have noticed. ( I use eReaderIQ.com to get notice of new free/reduced price books)
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