An update on the status of my brand new, shiny book!
I got my first Amazon, review, check it out! Thank you, James Butler!
I’m working on producing a paper version of the book at CreateSpace. I bought an ISBN and everything! The PDF manuscript was designed by my dear friend and editor, Charlie Brown, and my book cover creator, selfpubbookcovers.com, is creating a full, wraparound cover for the paper version. It should take about a week, and then about a week to get the proof from CreateSpace.
In the meantime, my dad mentioned my book to one of his pals, and she recommended it to her book club! Isn’t that amazing? You never know by who or how your book may reach someone. I’m grateful for the positive response I’ve received. Makes me want to keep writing.
So here is my first lesson as an indie author:
Check your title on Amazon first to make sure it is unique enough! There are at least five other things on Amazon with some variant of the title “Daughter (or Daughters) of Atlas.” Who knew?
Check it out, here are the search results:
At least mine is first, for now. That’s something.
So I have some news. Big news! I finally stopped screwing around and published my Atlantis novel, now called “Daughter of Atlas,” as an Amazon e-book!
Check it out!
So what I need you to do now, if you ever read or critiqued it, is to jump onto Amazon and leave a little review. Reviews are the driver of success on Amazon. It’s doesn’t have to be long or detailed, it just has to be an actual written review. It would help me out and be a real vote of confidence in me. Thanks so much.