Well, the other day I announced that I was going to change the Senta and the Steel Dragon series, by making Brechalon part of book 2 and offering The Voyage of the Minotaur as a series starter. The idea was that I could offer it for 99 cents, or maybe even for free, encouraging people to read it and the subsequent books. I forgot about the big A problem.
Amazon doesn’t let authors sell books for $0, unless they become exclusive to Amazon. I don’t want to do that. They also prohibit an author from selling a book at Amazon when they sell it cheaper somewhere else (perfectly understandable). Anyway, I couldn’t offer The Voyage of the Minotaur elsewhere for $0 and at Amazon for say, $.99.
So, Brechalon stays as it is. I probably will still lower the price of The Voyage of the Minotaur, at least experimentally, to 99 cents. I may go ahead and attach Brechalon to The Dark and Forbidding Land, but I’m going to leave it available where it is for free. Incidentally, Amazon’s rules about free books are why Brechalon can’t be found at Amazon.