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The obligatory linkage to the latest with BEER AND GROPING IN LAS VEGAS:
First up a review was posted today on Delighted Reader, with an A Rating. Here’s a snippet:
This was a fun quick read involving a quirky romance that was set up by a djinn. Short stories and novellas can make me leery of wanting to give them a try because not everyone who writes one understands just how to achieve a good balance of plot, pacing and character development to fit into the page count they have. Fortunately, this author did a great job so I ended up with an enjoyable reading experience that had me reading with a smile on my face and an ‘ah’ of satisfaction coming from my lips by the end….So, I can heartily recommend this one to those who enjoy a quirky magical contemporary Happy For Now with promise of the future romance with not a lot of time to read. – Sophia Rose, Delighted Reader
And then I visited Tara Kingston’s blog with an interview about a guilty pleasure and a little about what I’m working on right now…
Continuing with the promotion of the release of my erotic romantic comedy, BEER AND GROPING IN LAS VEGAS, here’s the latest reviews and interviews:
- Penelope’s Romance Reviews posted a review today, complete with a beer pairing! Can I tell you how much that tickled me??
- Today, author Sam Crescent is hosting me with an interview, with questions about my writing journey. Stop by and say howdy!
- Yesterday, Cheryl hosted me on her blog, The Poisoned Rose, with an interview asking if any parts of BEER are based on real life experiences, and which superpower I’d choose.
Thank you for your support!
In looking at my Amazon ranking, I think sales are good. I won’t know until I get a report from the publisher mid-month. But if you bought a copy, thank you! Your support means so much to me! I can’t tell you how overwhelming your support has been to me, I really appreciate it!
Spare some likes and tags?
Due to the way Amazon ranking works when doing searches, if you have a spare moment, I could totally use some Likes & Tags. What does that mean? ‘Likes’ are a small button right under the title page. Tags are located near the bottom of the page and you are allowed to agree with up to 15 tags that are there (or add your own). Believe it or not, when readers search based on tags, it’s not the sales ranking that puts a book to the top, but the number of people who’ve tagged it for that category!! So in one of mine, there’s a book with 1 review (3 stars) and a lower sales rank, but because they have way more tags, they are higher than mine in the category. Doing this is completely anonymous!
Customer reviews on Goodreads and Amazon are going well. If you’ve read it, rating it on Goodreads will help its visibility–you don’t have to leave a review there to do so. Thanks!!
Do you have a release out now? What things have you found help your visibility?