Murphy’s Law has struck again! Ashes Remain was meant to be released on the 28th, but instead, the paperback was released today, two days earlier than planned. When publishing with KDP, it can take up to 72 hours of review time before your book is up and out for purchase. With my previous books, it has taken the full 72 hours, so I assumed that would be this case with Ashes Remain. How very wrong I was. -.- This time around, I decided to advertise my novel’s release day to try and build a bit of buzz, so, of course, … Continue reading The best-laid schemes of mice and men
Just to let you know, Danethrall and Rise to Fall are both on sale on Amazon US and UK for 99 cents/ 99p respectively. I should’ve posted this yesterday (my 30th birthday) but everyone was down sick with the lurgy going about and we spent the day watching Studio Ghibli films instead. If you purchase the books, you have my eternal gratitude. Please leave a review and let me know what you think! GSKT Continue reading Sale Now On!
To celebrate my 30th birthday on the 5th November 2021 both Danethrall and Rise To Fall eBooks will be 99 cents on Amazon.com and 99p on Amazon.co.uk! Promo ends on the 12th November at midnight. Please save the image below and share it on your social media. Click here to go directly to the Danethrall Amazon page. Click here to go directly to the Rise To Fall Amazon page. If you already own either book, I encourage you to leave a review and tell me what you think of them. Thank you! GSKT Continue reading BIRTHDAY BOOK PROMO
2021 has been a bad year for business – and I mean bad. I’ve sold four books since 1st January 2021 to now (1st October 2021). Four. In the same time frame, only 3717 KENP pages have been read – that’s roughly a quarter of the usual pages since 2018. (For those who don’t know, KENP stands for Kindle Edition Normalised Pages where some of my earnings are determined by how many of my books’ pages are read.) Have some pretty charts to see why I’m a sad panda. Pretty abysmal, amiright? After having a whine on Twitter and feeling rather sorry … Continue reading Amazon Advertising Campaign