Late last week someone became very grumpy about the length of Fly Away. It is a novella but at 20,000+ words it didn't satisfy her. I wish she had asked for her money back instead of upsetting herself. Amazon is really good about refunds.
Joe Konrath has a comment on his new post where he talks about length.
I know on some level readers are spoiled by legacy publishers who wanted long books in order to make more money. They're not accustomed to short. Oh well.
I like short and I'm going to be doing "short" from now on. If I have to price it less, yeah I know Amazon isn't very helpful in the royalty schedule but Kobo is. So maybe it'll even out.
I made a cover for a book this morning that I don't have the story to but I was scrolling through Bigstock and found something so cute that for $2.99 I had to.