Does length matter?

I would argue that it’s certainly something that needs to be taken into consideration.

Which is why I use the following pricing structure, as a general rule, when I sell my erotic romance books! That way, my readers know exactly what they’re getting and that the pricing has been calculated fairly.

This is my (not very) secret formula:

Less than £1 – A short story (typically between 14,000 and 18,000 words)

£2.50 to £2.99 – A novella (typically between 35,000 and 45,000 words)

£3.50 to £3.99 – A full-length novel (typically between 60,000 and 90,000 words)

Up to £9.99 – Various compilations (typically made up of 3 or 4 full length books)

And yet, as always, rules are made to be broken, so occasionally I give books away free! One example is ‘Bad Girls go to Heaven’, which I gift to anybody signing up to my newsletter. Alternatively, this ebook can be purchased on Amazon, including at Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com. Enjoy!

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Fenella Ashworth

Fenella Ashworth is a British author of contemporary erotic fiction.  All of her stories are available from Amazon and free for those with Kindle Unlimited access.  Her bestselling novels are ‘To Love, Honour and Oh Pay’ and the Daniel Lawson series.
Fenella also releases stories on BooksieSilk, Booksie, Lush Stories and Literotica, and is often visible in the Literotica ‘Erotic Couplings’ Hall of Fame (Top Rated).
Please sign up to her newsletter for the latest news, and access to freebies, including a copy of the recently published ‘Bad girls go to Heaven’.

 

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