I adore Kobo.
The interface is clean. Its links with Indigo are seamless, and the austerity of both the Indigo pages and the Writer’s Life sites are refreshingly anti-clutter.
Also, Kobo likes free stuff. They avoid the tendency to control what their writers do with the pricing of their products.
Downside? They take a bit longer to publish things. But, as I get older, I find that things that happen really, really fast are not always the best things.
Therefore, I’m thrilled to announce that The Dog, my first cthulhuian short story (and the first of many more) is now live on Kobo. (The Dog went live on November 20th, on Kindle, too. If you’re a ‘Zonian and a fan of gothic horror, here’s the link).
And, as an added bonus for being a fan of That Other Ebook Reader, I’ve thrown in a surprise.
You’ll see it when you get there.
Hope you enjoy it! If you did, please leave a review!