I'm working on all the different versions to get my novel out in various versions.
Old school paper, Kindles, iPad/Pods/Phones, Sony and Kobo. The only person I know closely that has an eReader has a Nook so I made the special effort to go right to PubIt on Barnes and Noble, rather than using Smashwords as many do. I also did make a Smashwords edition to get it outside the Nook, Kindle and printed paper - it's meat grinding as I type this.
Actually, it's done. Huh - I passed. Where's all the tales of gloom and doom and cries of 'The Meat Grinder!'? It appears it is already for sale through Smashwords too - https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/177496
I'm not pushing a preference for SW in particular, just surprised it's so quick compared to the holding pattern I'm in with Kindle and Nook.
I will say the printed word gets the nicest formatting with little biohazard symbols as scene breaks. The digital versions have to settle for a double carriage return.
The printed version will be available on Amazon after I receive my ordered copies, and I'll be opting for all countries they allow it to be offered in.
I'm working on a page for this site specific to the book for pre-prologue. A couple of my advance reviewers seemed to have a conniption that a zombie book not starting at the moment of infection is a rip-off. However, since my protagonist isn't a scientist or modeling to be a future action figure - she's intentionally normal - Vanna hiding, losing electricity, and bemoaning the loss of cell phone and internet service is not going to win readers.
In fact, this isn't much of a zombie book - it's more like a book that has zombies and a vampire, but it's really about the living, breathing people.