Holy cow. I did it! I finally finished writing the third and final novel in the Danethrall Trilogy! By “finished”, I mean I’ve completed writing the manuscript and now it’s time for a few rounds of reading, editing, rereading, and yet more editing before sending it off to be read and edited by a couple more pairs of eyes, considering and making recommended changes, etc, etc, etc. I was hoping to have this book finished, edited and published in 2020 – at this point it’s looking like it won’t be published until early 2022 if I’m lucky. Still, step one … Continue reading Finished Writing Book 3!
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
Please click the following titles to leave a review for DANETHRALL or RISE TO FALL on Amazon. 😀 They will take you directly to the review pages for each book. Book reviews really help indie authors get their books noticed. The more reviews my books receive, the better placement I will get in Amazon’s algorithm. Not to mention, I’d love to hear what you thought about my books! Who did you love? Who did you hate? What was your favourite part? You can even just leave a picture of you and the books! 🥰 To leave a review on Bookbub … Continue reading Book Reviews
Book marketing is by far the hardest part of the book process. I’ve struggled with it since the moment my first book was done. A lot of my issue is finding an audience. If I want to be more successful, I need to find a way of getting my books out in front of more people. I need to find my readers, I need to interact with them. Enter social media – and all the woes that come with it. When I was a young teenager, it was easy to navigate social media. First of all, there was only one … Continue reading Book Marketing and Social Media