As a young woman in my early thirties, I grew up with the internet as part of my everyday life. By the time I was in junior high (yes junior high, not middle school) my mother had purchased our first family desktop and I was surfing the web on a daily basis. So with that said, I shouldn’t be surprised by the far reaching fingers of the World Wide Web, but I am.
As mentioned in today’s earlier post, the second Darklife Short is available as a download on Amazon for ninety-nine cents. Well, I’ve always heard that you catch more flies with sugar than sh…, well you get my drift. With that said, I moseyed on over to Feedbooks.com and listed it as a free download.
That’s right everyone. I said FREE! What’s the catch, you might ask. There isn’t one. All I ask is that you scoot over to Amazon or Goodreads and leave a nice (if you like it), review on my author page.
Now, what I was saying about the internet? Oh yeah…I posted as a free download this afternoon, well after twelve pm, EST. Which is less than twelve hours ago as of the time that I’m writing this. Guess what everyone. There have been almost seventy downloads so far!!
One of the great things about Feedbooks, is that you can check your stats and look at a map that tells you the number of downloads per country. Aside from the U.S. and Canada, UnSpoken has been downloaded in the U.K., Israel, Nepal, China, Italy, India, Thailand; and that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
Two words…Thank You!! I only hope that everyone that downloads the story, loves it enough to go out and snag Crimson Dawn when it hit’s the shelves.
Use the link below that leads to my website and you will find a free download link at the bottom of the page for UnSpoken: A Val and Irulan Short.