Daily Archives: March 9, 2016

Choose Your Own Adventure: Reflections on Kindle Scout

I’m still waiting to hear from Kindle Scout on my submission, KELPIE DREAMS, and the suspense is killing me.

While I’m waiting why don’t you guys take a look at what noted author THE BEHRG has to say about his experiences with Kindle Scout?

The Behrg Writes

Remember those books from the eighties, “Choose Your Own Adventure?”

You’d read the first three or four pages and then have a decision to make for your adventurers, one which lead to page five, the other to page 219. Each decision from there would continue to leap through the book until your characters either died (the most frequent conclusion) or you found a happy ending (there weren’t many).

I devoured these books as a kid, but I would literally earmark every page that wound down different paths so that I could go back and follow them all. I wanted to live every option, follow every path to its conclusion. Probably one of the reasons I love being a writer — I can live different lives, follow different paths, ones that I would never otherwise choose.

Dollarphotoclub_90825469.jpgThe journey of an author is much like these books from the eighties. There is…

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50 Days Published…

This is a pretty good example of how it can be done.

Evan Pickering is DEFINITELY somebody to watch for down the road.

Evan Pickering - Author

7339375138_96faf04975_b Will The Last of Us ever stop being a source of awesomeness? I think not.

I’m 50 days in to my 90 day Kindle Select contract for HOOD: Book 1 of the American Rebirth Series.

As of 6:40pm, today:

7908e0cf6b2a342feb83eb2d44e0cccb Can you guess where my 6 day Countdown deal was? 😀

I’m pretty damn pleased with the results. I’ll admit I long to go multi-platform, but I’ve had such success with my book on Kindle Unlimited, I can’t see myself taking it off of Select.

Both graphs seem to be steadily climbing (I pray the trend continue) but the growth rate of my KU reads seems even higher.

I wish I could ascertain how much of my ranking was based on sales and how much on KU lends:


Obviously, if taking off select would drop my ranking significantly, I think it would be foolish to do.

Also: HOORAY #26 and

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