A few days ago I picked up some books I had on consignment. It was kind of disappointing. They sold about half of them. But bringing the other books home wasn't fun. I haven't had much luck on this track. I tried it because I'm not as well known in Tucson as I am in Colorado. In Colorado I attended more events and even managed to get quite a few books in area libraries. In Tucson, not so much.
Then there's the bookstore itself. Frankly, I don't like the way the place is run. The local author area is segregated from the main horror and science fiction areas. If someone wanted a horror anthology, they would be taken to a completely different part of the store than where my books were. To solve that I eventually went into the store and moved some of my books to their proper genre area. I don't know if these are the ones that actually sold or not.
Most of my books being sold are ebooks. I do fairly well on print books at cons I'm attending when I am actually there to push books. And every now and then there's a spurt on Amazon for no explicable reason. Some books sell really well as ebooks whilst other ones never sell as ebooks but sell in print. I can't really find any logic to it.
That said, Legends of the Dragon Cowboys seems to be doing fairly well. I look forward to my next earnings reports.