Headless is probably on it.
It's now available on just about every e-reader and most e-book platforms. Several more than it was before actually, and some I had never heard of.
In publishing terminology this is called going wide.
I tried going exclusive with Amazon Kindle for three months to see what all the hype was about. It seems all the indie authors have had mad success with it. I did not. More on that in a future post.
For now, let it be known that Headless is available on the following e-reading platforms:
I think that’s about all of them. Let me know if I missed your favorite e-reader, and I’ll try to add it.
On 24symbols, they have Headless listed as horror. Not sure how that happened. There are some horror elements—and I admit the cover is a bit scary—but it wouldn't be its primary genre. I prefer to call it a fun supernatural thriller adventure mystery with a couple scary bits.
Is that too long?
Maybe I need to learn to write to genre?
I write what comes out of the noggin.
Tolino is a German e-reader and I'm not sure how to access their store, so the link is just for the reader. I assume people with tolino devices know how to get their books.
And, of course, you can always buy the paperback on Amazon as well.
So what is your favorite e-reader? I'm curious. It seems rather apparent that the Kindle is king, but do you have another preference? Let me know in the comments.
And if you're an author, have you had success being exclusive on KDP Select? Or do you think wide is the way to go?