Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Beatings Will Continue Until Morale Improves

I've been told that Amazon really starts to help authors once they hit fifty reviews.

Well, I'll believe that when I see it.

Right now, though, I know that reviews, in general, help. Yes, I've seen spikes every time that I've gotten new reviews....

And that's all I have. I was going to do a nice, neat breakdown of what books have how many reviews.

But the short version is I've come down with some sort of illness that has my head filled with cotton and something is breaking up in my chest every time I cough, so I can only spend so much time looking at the computer screen before I go cross eyed, and literally lose every thought in my head.

Anyway. I bring up reviews because one of the reasons that Murphy's and Live and Let Bite came out so close upon the heels of each other is that I had a lot of people demanding sequels to Honor At Stake.  Honor has 56 reviews right now, more than any other novel I've ever released. I figure demand would be as high for everything else.

Murphy's? 16 reviews

Live and Let Bite? 11 reviews.

These reviews aren't even 10% of my sales on these novels.

So .... I'm going to ask you, faithful reader, if you could take five minutes, stop by, and leave a quick review about how awesome these two novels are.

You can quickly access any book by clicking on the cover below.

But, if you're one of the dozen or so people who have already left me a review, I'll mention that The Dragon Awards are open and ready for nominations. If you don't have any thoughts on what to nominate, I have a list of suggestions you might want to take a look at. If you already  have a good idea of what you want, just click here to go and vote for them immediately. The instructions are right there.

Or: sign up for my mailing list in order to get free stuff.

Until then....


Pardon me while I drink down another half a bottle of NyQuil, and expire.

Be well.

The Love at First Bite series. 


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