Communion Of Dreams

I feel like . . .
January 30, 2012, 10:10 am
Filed under: Amazon, Kindle, Marketing, Promotion, Publishing, Science Fiction

. . . I’ve been on a three-day bender or something. Such was the heady experience of the ‘launch’ of Communion of Dreams.

Thank you. Together we managed to give away right at 700 copies of the Kindle edition of the book, as well as selling some paperbacks and getting orders for signed copies.

I wasn’t sure what to expect. But I have to consider this to have been a huge success, given the downloads and preliminary feedback about the book.

Now I would ask for two things from all those who got a copy of the Kindle edition: please, please, please tell your friends about the book. Seriously, your recommendation will help immensely.

And closely related to this is helping me out by going to Amazon and rating the book, perhaps even writing a review. Such reviews help others who may hear of the book make an intelligent decision about whether to get it. It doesn’t have to be long – just tell people what you think.

Thank you. Seriously. This has been a very long and difficult road, filled with more than my share of frustrations and disappointments. But you – each and every person who downloaded the book, told others about it – YOU have helped to make the journey worthwhile.

Jim Downey

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