Sorry folks, but until I’m in iBookstore that’s it for places I can do any kind of promotions. Amazon’s program for such things are just a free give away and only if I agree to exclusivity with them. I can’t, in good conscience, do that to my readers who don’t use Kindle.
When will I be in iBooks? I don’t know. Apple, admirably, reviews the books submitted to them by hand. This means the number of other books on their plate will determine when I’m accepted and released for sale. Why is this admirable in this day of computers? Simple: a computer can’t see if someone puts an erotica up as a children’s book, a human can. I’m willing to wait for them to protect the customers from incompetents and pranksters.
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