A funny thing happened when I released my second book. My first book became popular for a month. Even more popular, based on actual sales, than my second novel. Weird. I have to get get me some more old novels. So when I release my next novel, wait, I guess I will have another old novel next year. Wow, cool. Funny that.
Part of the success this month of my first novel can be attributed to this stellar review by Shannon Yarbrough on The LL Book Review website. Which, by the way, is my first review for that novel and my first review period. Coolness.
The other reason Starstrikers has done well is because this month I made my presence known on Kindle Boards, hawking my mystery novel, Null_Pointer. Seems people like to check out your back list, if your current book is looking good to them. Who knew? Related to the Kindle, I lowered the price of the Kindle version of Starstrikers to one dollar in a brazen attempt to sell more of them. I guess that worked. So I’m keeping Starstrikers at the low, low price of ninety-nine cents until the end of the year.
Meanwhile, later this month I will be having the book release party for Null_Pointer in my home town of Boise, Idaho. Followed in November by another appearance at Baker’s Dozen the successful book signing and food tasting/recipe event held at Rediscovered Bookshop here in Boise.