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They made it special for me, adding a dash of mint for the cool tingling feel against my tongue. Perfect on top of my frozen latte. When I first met her a decade before, I told her that there was absolutely no way I was calling her Simone. It just brought visions of a sloppy tribal woman eating half-raw chicken with her fingers. Grease dribbling everywhere.
Cee was a blessing at the time when I met her, simplistic and fun. The type of woman who always seemed to be in dire need of a makeover, even if she just had one. Not a big penis, that would be too much. A small one, it would be like one of those tiny desserts that hit the spot.
That was when I saw him. He brushed into my chair, said excuse me, and kept walking. His clothes were expensive. I could tell those things; I had designer radar. She shrugged, not very impressed. And I did. I finished it all before taking a sip of my drink. But from that moment on, I remember nothing. Nothing until I opened my eyes on the dirty ground. To read more Labels: comedy , free book , gay romance , humor , parody. As with most Indy authors, sales are important.
When I first started to publish through Kindle, I checked my sales stats hourly, then daily. Now I barely check them, unless I have a new release or an ad campaign running. It makes me neurotic.
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It makes me crazy. I spend hours re-evaluating my story, cover, price … you name it. I depend on sales. I am very blessed and fortunate to be able to make a living off of writing. While it is an extreme budgeted living, I am still blessed. I tried working a part time job, a few hours a day.
The time I spent getting out there, spreading the word, reading and reviewing. And in turn, that showed in my sales. To make money you have to spend money and I firmly believe that. Here we are in a catch 22, it takes a while to get those reviews. By the time I get them, the book is selling. What I have planned will take effort and time, not to mention a little money. Not much money, because I am going to assume that all authors who try this are on an extreme budget as well.
Once a week post a sneak peek at one of my novels and run a three day special on that novel. So Fridays are free peek days. I get a few hundreds hits every time I post a sneak peek, yet I have not tapped into that for sales. I accredit my daughter for this one. At the end of each month, I will do the giveaway blog. Anyone who leaves a comment will be entered in a drawing. They will receive a nifty gift And not one of my books, they can have a book if they want in addition But the gift will be good for anyone. Authors give away book, this author will give away a toaster or something like that.
This will take a while to see the results. So what if for me and others, I located low cost ads. Look for the ten dollar bargain bin.
Who knows. But I am still researching for those places. Yeah, yeah, I know. My hopeful results, more followers, more retweets, and more chance of that weekly sneak peak not being ignored. Will I stick to it? Labels: book ads , Indy author marketing , self publishing , selling your book. Tuesday, August 6, Sneak Peak - Nodding. A disease so feral, it strikes eighty percent of all children under the age of fifteen.
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For decades it has pushed the boundaries into three countries. There is no hope, no treatment and there is no cure. Little is known about the sickness known as Nodding Disease. Information regarding it is often buried deep. But what would happen if the resilient disease mutates and breaks into heavily populated areas?
With a infection rate of eighty percent, our future could all but be eliminated along with our young. Nodding takes an emotional and fictional look at this very real disease. In Nodding , the disease has mutated. The young victims are so violent, they are a danger to all those around them. The bacteria is resistant to any treatment and deadly to any adult exposed. Governments must make decision as time runs out for humanity, and worse, parents must face their most heart wrenching decisions.
Ren Turner was little enough to dart in and out of people standing at the gate to retrieve his ball.
At six years old he was old enough to annoy people and his mother knew it. She just wanted to get back to her home in Virginia. That, she knew, was a long way off. Her husband had left with the other children, the older ones, three days earlier. Shelly stayed behind with Ren, who had a fever, sniffles, and a diagnosis of the common flu, which kept them in London longer. Ren felt better; he exhibited that as he raced around chasing his ball.
They called their flight number and the passengers boarded.
The man in front of her just smiled when Ren bumped into his legs. Although back in the day, a little dose of cold medicine did the trick on flights. Shelly winced. I gave him some.
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It did the opposite. The man smiled. They boarded. Ren argued with his mother that he wanted to sit in the aisle seat. Shelly agreed reluctantly then realized it probably was the best thing. At least he would only bother the person by the window.
Sitting three across would make for a long flight, but it was the first flight back to the States that they could get. Ren remained restless until they allowed electronics to be used, and then he was consumed with his game. Shelly made small talk with the woman next to her, telling her story of how the family had to return home at different times. It was the first time, Shelly informed the woman, that the entire family was able to go on a story with her husband.
He was a journalist with a huge news organization. The conversation passed some time. His eyes fluttered and his head nodded. She smiled.