Amazon have done it again.
At first I priced my Kindle books at $0.99. I sold a few and all was well. A few months later I listened to other, more experienced writers than I, and increased the price to $1.99.
Yet nowhere on Amazon are my novels priced at $1.99. They range from a wide variety of prices and seem to change at the whim of whoever is in charge of these things. I think they're currently at $2.03 but have changed several times now over the past few weeks. That's even if you or I can find them.
With the exception of a Little Twist my short story collection I put my other three up into paperback as well. You would think that because they're all on sale at the same outlet you would be able to see them all together. Or at least each different novel in both Kindle and paperback on the same page. However that's not the case.
Has no one at Amazon ever heard of marketing. I would have thought that there was more chance of selling either, or both, if they were on the same page. Perhaps I'm being simple. I understand that they have to rationalise their sales, and that they aren't a charity. But to increase the price of titles that aren't selling so well and separating them cannot be good for any future sales.