Kevin Brennan Writes About What It's Like
Woke up to some nice numbers. It’ll slide back down today, but I wanted y’all to see what you helped accomplish!
Wow! You made it into the teens! Good Job!
Thanks! And inside the top 100 in a bigger category. Giddy-up!
That’s so cool. Congrats!
Thanks, Charles! You know the feeling…
Cool. It’s a great book so it is deserved.
Thanks a lot, Pamela!
Nice. Can I have your autograph?
I want a hard copy (my theme this week).
I hope you’re prepared to wait.
Seriously, have you ever looked into printing a batch? I’m sure there are websites out there equipped to handle the sales transaction part of it. I know it would be a pain, but it could open up doors (says the guy who has no experience with any of it).
I didn’t consider it for this book, since I looked at it as sort of an experiment. To do it now, I’d have to have the cover redesigned and jump through some formatting hoops, but I might be willing to do that for the next book.
Coming soon… Or not. We shall see.
Yes! Keep going. Lack of blockbuster sales aside, it’s obvious to anyone who interacts with you on WP that you are no run-of-the-mill writer.
Unless that wasn’t what you meant. In which case, never mind.
Hey, thanks for the compliment, EB! I think…yes, you did — you made my day!
I meant that I’m not sure yet how/when to put out the next one. A couple of things are hanging, and when I have them settled, I’ll get down to the nitty and gritty.
Thank you, Ionia! It’s fun…while it lasts. 😛
Frame that screen shot!
And I wish you did have hard copies of Yesterday Road. I have quite a few friends who don’t have ebook readers and who HATE reading ebooks on their phones. They prefer … (brace yourself here) … printed books. Please do consider a paperback version for your next book 🙂
Definitely considering it. Seems like CreateSpace makes it pretty easy, but my thinking this time was just to see if a reasonable audience could be reached via ebooks. The jury’s still out…
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