Kindle Unlimited & Updates on Leighton Family Saga

I’ve officially pulled all of my books from Kindle Unlimited, which is the service where you can subscribe for a monthly fee to read multiple books. Unbeknown to many readers, the services are plagued with problems.   Suzan Tisdale wrote an open letter to Jeff Bezos regarding the KU stuffers, scammers, and thieves that may be an eye-opening account I encourage you to read.  CLICK  HERE.  Other authors are leaving the service as well and releasing their books on all platforms such as iBooks, Kobo, Barnes & Noble, etc.  If you are unaware, to be in Kindle Unlimited, you must sell your soul and be exclusive with Amazon.  Authors are banned from selling their books anywhere else. If those problems are not enough to discourage authors, the fact that I make a whopping four cents when someone reads eight pages of my book is enough to keep me in the poorhouse of authors.  Read More

KU Scammers on Amazon – What’s Going On? Repost from The Passive Voice

Dear Readers, The link to this article is posted as a means of reader education on my part.  What you read may shock you, but if you are part of Kindle Unlimited it’s important for you to know how your downloads result in paid earnings to authors. Each time you download one of Nora Covington’s exclusive books, I am only paid up until the last page that syncs on your Kindle. Because of this, many scammers are infiltrating Kindle Unlimited posting books by deceptive means to get you to click to the last page. To understand how this works, I encourage you to read and be informed. As much as I love writing and providing you with stories from my heart, it’s a jungle out there in eBook land. At times, it becomes discouraging when people who are not playing fair make the most money by cheating and deception. From Read More