My latest book is nearly ready. I think I finished writing it last night but writing a book is a bit like editing a film, you can mess about with it for weeks and only you will appreciate the changes you are making.
Today I sent the first draft to my old friend Richard Hopkins. Richard first edited my copy in 1988 so it will be interesting to see if he notices any improvement. When I get his comments back and make any necessary changes I'll be ready to offer the text as an e-book.
I'm still thinking about who I will offer the e-book through. Amazon Kindle totally dominates the market, so I feel I need to be in there. But I might go for the non-exclusive arrangement. Amazon doesn't really like this and won't promote the book as hard if I make it available elsewhere.
But I'm not a fan of dictatorial monopolies so I'll look at other suppliers too. If any authors have experience of these matters, please let me know what you think. Wide availability and customer choice is more important to me than outright sales revenue.