Kevin Brennan Writes About What It's Like
A little update on my recent experiences as an indie author …
First, I’ve reluctantly lowered the price of The Prospect to $2.99 (Kindle edition) because nobody wants to drop a fiver on excellent fiction that makes your heart warm and brings a fond tear to the eye. That’s just economics.
Second, the book is still in uber-need of reviews, so if you’ve read it or are currently reading it, please take a moment to post a review on Amazon. It can be quick n’ dirty or a New Yorker column, but I need numbers, baby! Numbers!
Third, I’ve been running KDP ads for this thing—my first dabble in that world—and it’s flopping like a flounder on the poop deck. I’ve had just one click so far and no sales! Obviously people are not searching for excellent fiction that makes your heart warm and brings a fond tear to the eye.
And finally, to make summer a little more interesting, I’ll be giving away copies of each of my novels (except Parts Unknown) for five-day periods each month.
First up, starting next week, Fascination.
If you can’t afford a nice summer road trip this year because of outrageous gas prices, be sure to pick up a copy and live vicariously as Clive Bridle and Sally Pavlou do the dance of love on the hood of an old Dodge Dart.
Deal available from June 6-10.