Allan Krummenacker announces on his Vampyre Blog that he gives away his ‘Coming Come’ novel for free for the time being.
*Due to the current situation I’m making “The Vampyre Blogs – Coming Home”, the first #YA #book in our Para-Earths series #FREE to anyone who wants a copy over at Smashwords. It costs nothing to sign up with them and you will have the following formats to choose from to download the book onto your device(s) of choice:
EPUB (#Nook), MOBI (#Kindle), PDF, LRF (Older Sony readers), PDB (Palm OS devices), and finally Plain Text (no formatting)
I discovered a new, brutally honest, but still in her unique style humorously written blog post by Kristen Lamb where she tells us about lacking sales of our books. Thank you very much for your advice, Kristen!
No sales or lackluster sales. It isn’t the reader’s fault. It’s the book. Really. This is tough to hear. I know.
It’s a writer’s worst nightmare. You researched, you wrote, you finished, and then published your book. You wait for the sales and….
This is something that can happen to any kind of author, traditionally or nontraditionally published.
We think we have a hit on our hands only to later be checking our work for a pulse. What happened? Why did everything go sideways? Where are the SALES?
Derek Haines helps us and our books with his valuable advice. Thank you very much Derek!
21 Questions to attract more interest to your book description
If you have ever played the 21 questions game, you’ll know that people really can open up when they answer the questions you ask.
Interesting questions make people think, funny questions make people laugh, and a good question demands a logical answer.
By playing this game, you learn how powerful a great question can be.
There is a natural, almost irresistible, attraction to answering a list of questions.
But have you thought about using the power of questions in your book description to help you sell more books?