Amazon Kindle Matchbook Is Retiring

Nicholas C. Rossis

Retirement | From the blog of Nicholas C. Rossis, author of science fiction, the Pearseus epic fantasy series and children's books

This is the third major change announced by Amazon in the last days. After retiring Amazon giveaways, Amazon now is ending its Kindle Matchbook program on October 31.

Strangely enough, I heard the news on The Passive Voice and The Digital Reader instead of Amazon. This, despite the fact that all of my books are on the Matchbook program!

Launched in 2013, Kindle Matchbook was a program where authors and publishers had the option of creating ebook and print bundles that combine a Kindle ebook with a print book sold by Amazon. The ebook could be given away for free, or sold for $1.99 or $0.99.

All of my eBooks are available for free to anyone who’s bought the print edition. However, only a handful of people take advantage of the free offer each month.

My personal experience agrees with The Digital Reader’s claim that most authors have never…

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