Tuesday, September 29, 2015
Monday, September 28, 2015
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Posted by SelaTyron at 9:42 AM
Thursday, September 24, 2015
Lookie! Allies and Enemies: Fallen is eeeeking closer to the top 100 in ebooks for its category in Military Sci Fi.
Hey... I know this stuff changes by the minute, but considering the fact BookTango won't release sales numbers to me, I'll take it!
Posted by SelaTyron at 10:58 AM
Wednesday, September 23, 2015
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Posted by SelaTyron at 5:58 PM
Tuesday, September 22, 2015
Saturday, September 12, 2015
I've mentioned this guy's work before: Steven Campbell. He's the author of the Hard Luck Hand series, which BTW is amazingly hilarious and fun to read. With book titles like Screw the Galaxy and Prince of Suck (featuring the aforementioned "Hank"), how can you not want to just read them out of pure curiosity?
Anyway, I was very pleased to see that the latest installment in the Hard Luck Hank series, Suck My Cosmos is now available on Audible. Check it out here.
Posted by SelaTyron at 3:37 PM
Friday, September 4, 2015
So recently I launched my ebook, Allies and Enemies: Fallen to Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo and Apple via a service called Book Tango. I used them because I was fearful that the format for my ebook would not work correctly across all the various platforms and they could do it for me for a modest fee. It seemed like an easy one stop shop for getting everything done.
Well, it ain't that easy. It's over two weeks now and I have no idea of how my book is doing in terms of sales. Therefore I have no idea if how I'm promoting the book is having an impact.
So, I'm getting rather frustrated. And I'm pretty sure I'll be off-roading things when it comes to book 2 in the series. I'll have to cowboy up and figure out formatting on my own if I want control of the sales info! I'm really disappointed with my Book Tango experience so far.