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SOS — Save Our Sales (ranking)

Gift me

Well, kids, since my recent marketing efforts have seemingly fizzled out, I hope you don’t mind if I come to you, hat in hand, and ask for some Amazon love. Sad but true — Yesterday Road is fading fast in the Kindle Store.

Occurred to me that, because so many of you regular readers have already bought the book, I might appeal to you to pick up a copy as a gift for someone you think would like it. Remember, you can easily buy it on Amazon and have it sent to your loved one of choice — or friend, or co-worker, or barista, or bookstore clerk who’s indie-curious.

Or, simply arm-twist your loved one of choice — or friend, or co-worker, or barista, or bookstore clerk who’s indie-curious — until he/she buys the book, preferably in your presence because people do, you know, fib a little about such purchases.

Oh, and remind them when they inevitably tell you they don’t have a Kindle that they can read Yesterday Road (purchased via Amazon) on any device they can think of. The page that tells them how is here.

To sweeten the pot, anyone who buys the book or gifts it will rate a free copy of Our Children Are Not Our Children (assuming they don’t have it yet). Inquire within.

Many thanks in advance, amigos!

Buy Yesterday Road.

6 comments on “SOS — Save Our Sales (ranking)

  1. Charles Yallowitz
    February 28, 2014

    Reblogged this on Legends of Windemere and commented:
    Pick up Yesterday Road by Kevin Brennan this weekend! Even if you don’t have a Kindle, you can read the eBook. This post will show you how!

  2. sknicholls
    February 28, 2014

    I have sent an email out to my girlfriends who read and will bring it up at my writer’s group next week! I already have a copy but there are about forty books in front of it on my reader.

    • Kevin Brennan
      February 28, 2014

      How awesome! Writing groups are a great idea, along with book clubs.

      And thanks for buying it even you haven’t had time to read. It’d be a great summertime diversion. 😉

      • sknicholls
        February 28, 2014

        I had to stop my book club meetings. It became too time consuming and they started reading really heavy stuff like “The God Delusion” and “Mission of Gravity”. Really hard books to get my head around…too much work.

  3. John W. Howell
    February 28, 2014

    I love your direct approach. You might try some paid advertising on Good Kindles or BookDaily.

    • Kevin Brennan
      February 28, 2014

      Thanks for the tip. Looking into them now. (At least the fees are reasonable at GK!)

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