Originally Posted by HarryPigg
My new book The Third Pig Detective Agency
is now available to download from Waterstones.
As I've ranted on in various places about the unjustifiably high price of ebooks, I was suitably heartened to find that my own publisher, Friday Books (an imprint of Harper Collins) is selling it in the short term for 78p.
It's a full-length novel - an extract from which got some good feedback when I posted it here some time back - so (in my admittedly biased opinion) seems like good value for money.
As it's my first time out in ebook format I'd love to hear of any problems anyone that buys it may have. This will give me something to feed back to the publisher.
Also, and more importantly, I'd really love feedback (good or bad) on what anyone thought of it. I'm thick-skinned and would appreciate some honest opinions. Hopefully people will enjoy it (it's not to be taken too seriously) but if not, do let me know.
Holy crap! 78p? Bought!
Better than good value for money, I would have bought this at £6. You're now at the top of my reading list, so feedback will be soonish