Sunday, June 5, 2016

Nope, Not Missing In Action...Yet!

I just realized I didn't post anything on Friday. I'm betting nobody noticed, but in case anybody did, it's been another weird week. I do have something to post now, however. Today begins another ebook promo: Alexander's Empire is only $.99 today through Friday at Amazon. If you want a copy, now's the time!



6/7/16 update: Hmmmm...not bad for an old book....


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13 comments:

  1. Good luck and hope your promotion is a great success!

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  2. That's a dang good price. Happy Selling :-)

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  3. Yes. It's been a crazy week.

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  4. It's a terrific book! Yes, I did notice your absence!

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  5. I knew you were missing but when you answered my comment I knew you were ALIVE.
    And YES, it has been a no good very bad week or two !

    cheers, parsnip

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  6. I really haven't been here. Buy the book and enjoy. I did, oh, and don't forget to post a review.

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  7. Eve: Thanks!

    Ivy: It is, and it's good for boosting sales.

    Shelly: How bad is the problem with your computer?

    William: Thanks and...awwwww!

    Gayle: I even forgot it was Friday. Collin had to take off another day and work, so all of my attention was focused on him. 37 is too young to be going through what he's enduring. The highlight of his week was having the latest tropical storm sharing his name!

    Mari: Thank you--I appreciate it!

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    1. I noticed that your son and the storm had the same name.

      cheers, parsnip

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    2. Yes...he's getting a big laugh out of that one!

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    3. Very cool, Norma.

      Happy Weekend and thanks for the kind words on my blog.

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  8. Hope your promotion goes well!

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  9. Lorelei and Cheryl: It's doing much better than I expected, given that it's an almost thirty-year-old book. Having been in this nutty business as long as I have, I know that maintaining sales depends upon continually publishing new books. In traditional publishing, they would only do one book a year. Not so with indie publishers and self-publishing.

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