And the prize for today's worst sentence goes to the following unknown spammer:
"From the book of record, nominated countries like Ghana, Nigeria, London Including some Asia and European countries were short-listed as highest fraud rated countries. So therefore you have to report to our investigating Board to monitor all such activities suspected as fraud, scam, drug dealing and any other illegal activities."
Good for London for being a country; it is just too bad that you are a crime riddled society. As for the rest of the sentence, well, it just makes my editorial eyes bleed.
Tuesday, August 21, 2012
Monday, August 6, 2012
|Troll cat insists that I answer his riddles three before I start filing things.|
(Please note that I am doing business through Smashwords. This is because I started putting up ebooks during a semester that was tight on time--I had time to deal with one site and one site only. And then, I just continued to do so...because even their slowest times to complete global tasks is still quicker than the print market I first started out in.)
For occult writing, Smashwords is 61.5% of my sales. The rest is done through Kobo (31%) and Barnes & Noble (7.5%).
This is only the ebooks that I am charging for; the figures for my free ebook is incomplete.
For my sales in erotica, the hands-down winner is Barnes & Noble at 64%. The other markets that I am selling erotica in: Smashwords (14.5%), Apple (11.6%), Kobo (7.7%), and Sony (2.2%).
I have yet to earn anything through Diesel, Page Foundry, Baker-Taylor (I have had some of my free stuff downloaded through Diesel and Baker-Taylor, so maybe someday I will get some sales there).
As for Amazon, we all know the problem between Smashwords and Amazon. And besides, some of my erotica is of the Forbidden Four category and therefore, too racy for Amazon to stock in the first place. Someday, I will break down and upload some stuff directly to Amazon. Probably after I take time out to answer my cat's riddles three.