Monday Morning Ramblings


Tomorrow begins our big promotion for the series.  On Tuesday and Wednesday, The Brotherhood of Dwarves will be available as a free download on Amazon Kindle, so for the next couple of days, I’ll be asking many of you to reblog, post, and Tweet the link.  Even if you already own a paper copy, please download the free version and help boost the rankings.  It’s free, only takes a few seconds to do, and will go a long way to helping spread the word about the series.  Please remember, you don’t have to own a Kindle to download it.  Amazon will store the book in their cloud, and you can read it straight from your computer.  Please, stress this point when you share the link.

This promotion has the potential to garner thousands of new readers for the series, so please, help spread the word tomorrow and Wednesday, especially on Facebook and Twitter.  The more activity we generate early on, the more likely we are to get noticed by the algorithms Amazon uses internally to recommend the title to customers.  Also, the more activity we can produce on Facebook and Twitter, the more likely we are to possibly hit “Trending” status.  All of it hinges on the amount of activity occurring with the title, and like I said, the earlier we can start the buzz, the more likely it will be to snowball over the two days.

One final thought, I was a guest blogger on “A Daydreamer’s Thoughts,” discussing my biggest literary influence.  Check it out and let me know what you think: http://xxdaydreamer21xx.blogspot.co.uk/2012/04/da-adams-greatest-influence.html

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