Molly Greene’s Advice on Going Permafree on Amazon

Good thing to know for Indie writers

Nicholas C. Rossis

From the blog of Nicholas C. Rossis, author of science fiction, the Pearseus epic fantasy series and children's books From timashton.org.uk

A short while back, my friend Charles E. Yallowitz decided to make the first book of his fantasy Legends of Windemere series permafree. This is something I’ve been considering myself, but I’ve always wondered just how to go around achieving it.

Amazon doesn’t make goinf free easy, and the advice I’ve been reading was all about going permafree on one of the other outlets (Barnes & Nobles, Google Play, iBooks etc) and getting a few friends of yours to notify Amazon that they’ve found your book cheaper there. Amazon should then match the price – ie make your title free. John Chapman has a step-by-step post on how to do this.

However, I’ve also been reading about cases where Amazon just doesn’t seem to care. Apparently, some people have been waiting for months for that to work. So, when I came across a post by celebrated author 

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2 thoughts on “Molly Greene’s Advice on Going Permafree on Amazon

  1. Sorry the site is such a mess. Haven’t figured out how to set up wordpress so it’s been running itself–not such a bad thing lol. Getting more comments than my other blog.

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