Effective today and lasting through April, I’m reducing the prices on the Kindle versions of my books (from $9.99 to either $2.99 or $3.99, depending on the book).
- The three investing books and Taxes Made Simple will each sell for $2.99.
- The two small-business tax books and Accounting Made Simple will each go for $3.99.
For anyone interested, the Kindle books in question are available here on Amazon.
Related note #2: Thank you to anyone who has ever bought one of my books. It’s you folks who allow me to do this for a living, and I’m truly grateful for that.
Why Am I Doing This?
Just to experiment, really. I’ve noticed that the best-selling fiction Kindle books are generally in the $1-$4 price range, while the best-selling business/investing Kindle books are usually priced at $9.99. I’m curious to find out why.
Depending on how the experiment goes, come May 1st, I may set the prices back to $9.99, keep them at $2.99, or set them somewhere in between.
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