As I promised, I have launched the revised One Month, Twenty Days, and a Wake-Up. Even when this book had excessive grammar and syntax errors, it is getting good reviews and selling. As an experiment, I used the editing software ProWritingAid to clean up as many errors it and I could find. The revision is now available on Amazon’s KDP as an eBook and will be available in two or three days as a paperback.
Many of you who follow me and my blog post, know I have complained about poor sales on my second book What Did I Do?I have it listed with Amazon’s KDP as an eBook and a paperback. Initially sales did well, but after three months, they have all but stopped. I tried for two weeks doing a promotional for $.99; I sold four. I have done the sponsored ads (e.g. pay per click). I’ve promoted it on Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, Flipboard, etc.
In my opinion there are several elements involved for the lack of sales. The prime consideration is the lack of reviews. I have pleaded and begged readers to leave a review. I get the typical promise, but they don’t follow through. I further believe the subject (e.g. child abuses) hinders people’s desire to read it. Whatever the cause, I have decided to not fret and move on.
Sally Cronin has graciously put a couple of reviews of my recent book on her site. The other authors are well worth investigating and reading their books too. (note: Sandra Jackson is not related to me as far as I know) If you are not a follower of Sally Cronin’s Smorgasbord – Variety is the Spice of Life, please visit and I hope you will follow her as I do. You won’t be disappointed. Thank you, Sally, for your support.