I followed your Smashwords link for "Gina's Dream" to thewriteplace.biz but it is a broken link. You might want to update the print book link on your Smashwords page to Gumroad or where ever.
I use the print link to my Createspace/Amazon Print books, but when Createspace closed and Amazon took over my print sales stopped. Then 2 months ago I sold 2 print copies, and last month another 2 print copies. Who knows, they might pick up again in the coming months. :-)
I want to use PublishDrive when print gets out of beta testing to get my print books back in Ingram. Can't wait. :-)
Thanks DJ, will fix that.
Also will check PublishDrive.
Always enjoy your adventures in writing, publishing and marketing!
Folk know I'm something of a knuckle-dragger to the fancy stuff like those bloggy things, switter, falsebook etc, and I still don't own one of those new fangled mobile phone thingies. (maybe one day) but I do pound the keys a lot and fill the ethernet with strange stuff. So, pleased to say new effort Drifta's Quest about to hit 400 hits on smash alone with renewed interest with dozens of other stuff taking smash hits beyond the 1000 mark for the same period. Gotta be pleased with that. Right, unclegarf, big deal, so what? Just saying. Maybe not get too hung up on all the B S peripheral stuff but actually get serious and write more stuff. Somebody reading your short story might read your book then the complete series. They can't find it if it ain't out there. Just sayin'.
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"Just saying. Maybe not get too hung up on all the B S peripheral stuff but actually get serious and write more stuff. Somebody reading your short story might read your book then the complete series. They can't find it if it ain't out there. Just sayin'."
No truer words spoken! You can't sell what is not published. :-) The more books written the more ways readers can find you. :-) The more you write, the better your sentences, pace, plots, characters get. :-) I have to get through some life rolls at the moment, but I can't wait to get back into writing even if it is only 30 mins a day. Keep writing and publishing, and having fun, everyone. :-)