With ebooks and Indie publishing, a lot of writers price their first book low or free as a loss leader. That's what I was going to do, but I've always been nervous about doing that. You see, Snapshots is about half as long as Being Human so it always felt weird to me that my longer book was cheaper than my shorter book. I didn't want people to think I was trying to rip them off.
But the first book should be a loss leader, right?
That's the impression I've always gotten, but in my experience, the first book from any writer is shorter than the rest. Maybe that has something to do with traditional publishing and once the writer proves that people will buy the books, the publisher isn't concerned with length. Longer books cost more, right?
Indie publishing has helped change that. I just need to write a good story and not worry about length. Sometimes I over think things. Who cares if my first book is longer than my second book?