IMP – Well, it isn’t great, but it’s progress. Just under 2000 words on the IMP story (working title is “Ghost Story” – real imaginative, isn’t it?) The good news is that I think I’m past most of the framing, and am getting into the meat of the story now. Hopefully that means it will go much easier now. I don’t know why this one has been such a problem, but let’s hope the problem is past, and the progress is faster.
SoP – In the meantime, October marked the end of my Kindle Select period, and I have now made Streets of Payne available for Nook. I hope to have it up on Smashwords next week as well, and I plan to look into making it available for Apple and Kobo soon. My next step is to work on some marketing for it. I’ve got to do something, because as much as I like the book and the characters, I haven’t sold a single copy this month. If I can’t turn that around, I’ll have to assume either there’s no market for this particular type of book, or I’ve done something terribly wrong with it.
That’s it for tonight – short and sweet. But I’ll be back in two days with an interview of new author, Stephen Kozeniewski. If you’re interested in a new take on the zombie genre, check him out. After all, how often do you find a pulp style detective… who happens to be a zombie?
All right. Good night everyone. Stay safe.