Tag Archives: Amazon

The Seduction of Honey Free Promotion

Over on Amazon we are doing a free promotion for The Seduction of Honey for a few days, given how successful the promotion for A Pocket Full of Spells went. So far, half a day in, it seems to be going along better than the first one.

Hopefully that is the incentive needed to kick me into gear and finish off the next stories for the collection.

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Upcoming Interview & Amazon UK High Point

I’ve got an interview/review coming up soon over at Mystical Thoughts, well, soon as in around a month due to the queue of authors over there.

On other news, I hit a bit of a high on the Amazon UK site, peaking at spot #4450, and hitting #11 and #18 in two Top 10 lists. It has dropped a bit since then, but it was nice to see a modicum of success. Now if only the dame could be replicated on the US site.


New Reviews, And Ongoing Work

I got some new reviews on Amazon, ones that make me wonder if the reviewer read a different book than I wrote – she makes them sound far better than I remember them being 🙂

Head on over to my Amazon page to check them out.

I’m also busy at work trying to finish off the third book in the series – it really should have been done by now. The good news is that it is already longer than the first two. The not so good news is that it still has some time to go to finish.

Still, If I knuckle down and work hard it may be done some time.


First Reviews

I got my first reviews for the Braeden Wolf novellas on Amazon and I’m very happy about them.

A Pocket Full of Spells got 4/5 stars.

The Seduction of Honey got 5/5 stars.

It is a good start to see – hopefully I can pick up some more reviews and with that an increase in sales so I’m no longer a poor,starving author, just a semi-starving one.


Setting Up More Pages Elsewhere

In addition to my facebook fan page, I have also set up pages at Amazon and also The Blood Bank as part of my ongoing quest to help try and create interest in the series.

Marketing is not my strong point and so it is a slow learning process trying to figure out ways to market the books.