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message 1: by Catherine (new)

Catherine Gayle | 35 comments Hello,

Amazon is giving me fits about my series numbering not matching the other retailers, and they don't allow for decimal point numbering of books. I'm in the process of having all of the series numbering changed at all retailers to reflect the Amazon numbering, and I'd like to have the same changes reflected here, as well, to minimize reader confusion. Can someone please change my Portland Storm series to the following numbering?

1. Breakaway:
2. On the Fly:
3. Taking a Shot:
4. Light the Lamp:
5. Delay of Game:
6. Double Major:
7. In the Zone:
8. Holiday Hat Trick:
9. Comeback:
10. Dropping Gloves:
11. Home Ice:
12. Mistletoe Misconduct:
13. Losing an Edge:
14. Game Breaker:
15. Defensive Zone:
16. Power Play:

Thank you.

message 2: by Bea (last edited Jul 21, 2016 04:47AM) (new)

Bea I also noted Ice Breaker is on the Portland Storm series. Where does it fit? (Numbered 0.5)

This one is a 20 page short story only available on author site.

message 3: by Bea (new)

Bea Changed numbering system to match up with Amazon.

message 4: by Catherine (new)

Catherine Gayle | 35 comments Thank you. Ice Breaker is not available for sale on any platform, so I'm leaving it as 0.5. It's a freebie given to newsletter subscribers only, so it's not affected by Amazon's numbering requirements.

message 5: by Bea (new)

Bea Another set on the list but not currently published by Amazon: 12 Christmas Romances To Melt Your Heart

Not sure what to do with this one either...numbered 7.6

message 6: by Catherine (new)

Catherine Gayle | 35 comments It contains what is now #12.

message 7: by rivka, Librarian Moderator (new)

rivka | 45058 comments Mod
Goodreads and Amazon handle shorts and novellas within a series differently. On Goodreads, they are numbered with decimals, regardless of how they are numbered on other sites.

Please see

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