Thursday, July 5, 2012

A Ride on the Amazon

I should be writing my next chapter.
But I'm taking 5 minutes to post a weird and wonderful update:

My orphaned novel, whose small but longstanding publisher in Austin closed down shortly after the book debuted, has jumped from oblivion to #25 in Literary Fiction in Amazon's Kindle bestseller list for free downloads. I decided yesterday to list it for free for 3 days. Just because it was weeping all alone in its digital bookshelf. (The hardbacks are still available via Amazon.com resellers.)

I'm kind of freaking out how fast it jumped from #800,000 to #403 in the entire Kindle bookstore. And...now it's at #24 in the free Literary Fiction list.

If you haven't gotten it yet, here's your link.

And YOU get one! And YOU get one! 
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Everybody gets one FREE!!!!

I'll fill you in on the longer story later. After I've written my daily 1000 words.
(Go download the book! It's free!)


POST UPDATE: It's now hours later, 7 PM, and have I written a word on my manuscript? Heck, no. But I wanted to share this cool graphic from Amazon. That's the rankings tracker for SONG OF THE ORANGE MOONS.

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