I live on a farm in southwestern Virginia with my family, cats, goats, Great Pyrenees goat guards, and assorted wildlife. People and creatures come and go, but the cave and the 250-year-old house ruins -- the latter having been occupied as recently as the mid-twentieth century -- seem to be sticking around for a while yet.
N. N. Light11 hours ago
Send me an email closer to the release date and we can schedule something. :) (email@example.com)
Kim Headlee3 days ago
It's still with my primary editor, so I haven't set a release date yet, but I'm hoping it will be some time in late September/early October. I would love to visit POTL; thanks! :)
N. N. Light4 days ago
Hey Kim, when does your Business of Writing come out? I'd love to have you on POTL blog. :)
Kim Headlee7 days ago
48-72 hours seems to be the average response period -- as long as it's a price match to something other than free. On the flip side, Amazon will send you a takedown warning if their bots have decided that the price-matching period for your book has gone on long enough (like, on the order of three or four months). This doesn't apply to permafree titles, fortunately.
N. N. Light1 week ago
I recently changed the price on one of my titles elsewhere and Amazon changed it within 48 hours.
Kim Headlee1 week ago
It depends, actually, on how recently the Amazon price-checking bots have scanned your title. I've had some books price-matched instantly, which sends me on a hunt to find that one other vendor where I've forgotten to change the price. Other times it takes upwards of a week. Good luck to you and your work! :)