Recently Nancy Williams wrote an article about Kindle Vella for the WEP. That has all the ins and outs of making it a success.
Something I tried a year ago with no success, but since following her advice, I actually had someone read my stories.
Nancy is making money and has the skinny. So be sure to check out How To Make Money With Your Writing - Kindle Vella
Here is what I've learned:
Find Full Moon Confessions here:
Donovan Horatio Cypress is
a dedicated man. Handsome, skilled, and perceptive, and he invariably always
gets his man. But his cases are notoriously odd. His love life is even more so.
Falling for his suspects leaves him questioning his choices.
Are you ready to meet Jack
the Ripper? The murderous monster in the basement? Would you step into a fog
for a romantic first meeting? Or do you prefer the ordinary everyday folk with
murderous intent? It's all here, with a romance on the side. Enjoy!
Double Chocolate Homicide – The Peacocks plan a Halloween
dinner party. Then one of them ends up dead. But no fear, the party must go on…
Psycho Bitch – Is murder contagious? A couple attended the
Peacock's murderous dinner party, and not four hours later, one is dead. I
won't lie. Psycho was my inspiration. But folks, this one has a new twist.
The Ripper confesses – The fog means another death, but
this time the cops make their arrest. Too late for the victim, but is the
detective's attention on the details or Jenny's figure? Jenny is an officer with great legs and
a quick mind.
Perfect Opportunities – A hurricane is the ideal
opportunity for murder, or is it? Where's Jenny, and why is Cypress in a new state, flirting
with a murderous?
Karma's A Bitch: Uh, oh. Is the detective caught in the spider's trap?
Please note the first 3 episodes you can read for FREE!
After that, you'll need more tokens. I was awarded 2000 tokens just for signing up.
And don't forget the thumbs-up. It's what
gets the author paid. Give it a try, but first read: How To Make Money With Your Writing - Kindle Vella. Nancy gives lots of info, and I hope I've added a bit more here.
To find Nancy's stories go here: King Julian of Gil-Lael
Thanks for reading.
you'll give my story a chance. If you do, I would love your critique.