I wrote and published a serial novella on my blog --a chapter every week. I'd like to publish all the chapters together in Kindle while still keeping the free series of blog posts up since I know some people would prefer to read the chapters all together. However, I don't want to violate the legal and ethical expectations of the KDP contract. Should I...
A) ...not publish on Kindle?
The contract states that I shouldn't have my writing available for a lower price than Kindle. On my blog, it's free, but the lowest price available on Kindle is 99 cents.
B) ...publish on Kindle for a price and then get them to price match it and make it free?
I've heard of people doing this before, but it doesn't sound like this option is still available.
C) ...publish on Kindle for 99 cents. Leave the serial novella up on my blog.
I'd view the blog posts and Kindle version as different because of the format ---and thus not in violation of the line about not providing it for a lower price. OR I'd view it as Kindle not providing a free option.
I'd recommend putting it up on Amazon for $2.99 if it's a decent length novella (like 30,000 words). Take down all but the first installment from your blog. You can have 10% of a KDP book available elsewhere, and it would make a nice teaser to get people to buy the book.