So, I've been trying to get Amazon to put the books for A Model Curse into a frickin' series, like they have with all my other books. Cuz, ya know, it's nice for readers to see that a book is part of a series and what order the books are in and junk. Three days later, Amazon in its infinite wisdom presented me with this whole new thing they're doing.
Now, writers can manage their own series with this nifty new thingie-bob:
Anyway, it was kinda buggy at first, but after several tries, I managed to create A Model Curse and add the three books to it. It should be visible on the site within 72 hrs.
Thank goodness all my other series books are still where they're supposed to be and I don't have to go through the trouble of creating and adding for them. Whew.
One benefit I see is that this allows the author to come up with verbiage for the series, so when a reader goes to the series page, they can read about the series instead of getting the blurb for the first book in the series. Unfortunately, this means some extra work for us - coming up with series blurbs and all that junk. Goodreads had this ability for years, but I haven't really taken advantage of it. Shame on me.
I'll be working on this stuff over the next week or so. Right now, I have four series available:
Serial Crimes Investigation Unit (Dying Embers, Fertile Ground, Early Grave)
A Dennis Haggarty Mystery (Accidental Death, Natural Causes)
Once Upon a Djinn (Wish in One Hand, In Deep Wish, Up Wish Creek, Wish Hits the Fan)
A Model Curse (Sleeping Ugly, Ugly and the Beast, Cinder Ugly)
Anyway, if you're writing in series and you need help with how to make those books be part of a series on Amazon, here's the linkie-loo to those instructions.
Good luck. And may the sales be ever in your favor. Or something.