People are buying and reading my books. That makes me want to do a happy dance. Now, all I have to do is get them to leave a review or two on what they read. That would really be sweet, because reviews help entice other potential readers to take a look at the book.
But guess what the news is, "A New Home for Her Cubs," has come out of hibernation. At one point, I was beginning to think that nobody was interested in this book. However, since last week, this book has been on Amazon's best seller list, proving that people are in deed reading this book and making it popular. I checked it's status on Amazon this morning, because I am getting into the habit of doing that and it is listed at #86 under the category of "exploring Africa." Kumani, is happy with this bit of news. She is still on the chart.
I am not sure what is going on with my latest book, "Bittersweet Dayz" it was on the best seller list when it was first published on March 27th. But it seems to be at a stand still now, even though I keep promoting and pushing it on the social media sites everyday. But I believe it will jump back up into the ratings; after all, it is a fantastic book.
Another book of mine, which is making a name for itself on Amazon is "Broken Voices." The Kindle e-book edition is staying up there on the best seller list too, coming in at #39 under the category of peer pressure. Just like "A New Home for Her Cubs" ebook, Broken Voices been in good standing since last week too.
If you haven't picked up these titles for your Kindle yet, I hope you do so very soon. You can also pick these titles up as print books too. You have options when you want to engage in excellent, worthwhile reading for yourself and your children.
Oh, and if by chance you are reading this blog and have read or reading any of these titles that are showing her; please take the time to leave a review on Amazon, or Barnes and Noble. If you got your copy from the iTunes store, leave a review there, if it is permitted. But of course, you can always leave a review here when responding to the post. My motto is, "the more the merrier." Join my book party.