I’m posting the results for my Kindle Boards book of the day sponsorship. One sale of SILENT INVASION. Yep, that’s right. One sale. But, all is not lost. Strangely enough, sales of my other books went up. I even sold a few copies of PULP, my ultra-noir thriller. I also got invited to promote SILENT INVASION for free on a few blogs and two websites. So, that’s good. I have another Kindle Boards sponsorship tomorrow for AFTER so we’ll see how that goes. All in all, the Kindle Boards sponsorship was way less effective than the Kindle Fire Department which has proven for me to draw the most sales. I do believe that Kindle Boards was worth it for the added exposure, but I’m not expecting any great results from my next sponsorship tomorrow. As for my latest, IMAGINATION, the cover is complete and I’m finishing the last and final edit. I’m excited to see how far this book goes, since I am preparing a massive publicity assault. I believe it is my best book to date and expect pretty solid sales considering the following of readers that I’ve developed over the years, which includes nearing the 250,000 hit mark on my blog. All I need is a good back-jacket blurb and I’m ready to go. One more thing, I’ve noticed my foreign sales have plummeted for absolutely no reason. A few months back I had more sales in the U.K. than in the U.S. and now plooey. Don’t know what that’s all about, but as I’ve mentioned before, this new year 2013 is my year to market and I’ll be spending plenty of time promoting on Amazon U.K. and other foreign book sites.

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