Why is it that when I want to emphasize something to the height of its possible emphizational value (I may have made that word up), I make one word sentences out of it?
Two things happened today. TWO!
1) I reached my best ranking yet. Slammed reached
#340 #324 #309 #287 out of over a million books in overall Amazon kindle store today. On a WEDNESDAY of all days. Every time I reach my best number, I take a screenshot because I’m sure it will be the last time the book has those rankings. Well, now I have a folder full of screenshots! It’s amazing. Beyond any dreams I ever had for this book. So for that I thank you!
2) I received my 100th review on AMAZON!!! That’s freaking awesome. I LOVE reading reviews people leave. (I only read the bad ones once. Take what I can get and move on.) But I read the good ones over and over. And over. And…over and over. And today, not only was my 100th review just amazeballs in itself…but it was by the amazing author LIZ REINHARDT! How incredible is that? It’s incredible. Trust me. Incredible to me, anyway.
3) Nevermind about #3. Sometimes I have diarrhea of the mouth.
4) I really do honestly only have one signed book left. But what better day to give it away? Let’s make this interesting, though. I like interesting. If you want to be entered in the drawing, I want you to comment on this blog with the answer to this question.
“If you were a member of the band Nickelback, what would you say to yourself when you looked in the mirror?”
Best answer wins!!!
Don’t forget to put your name, too.
And since I’m so mean to Nickelback, I should commend them with this version of their song. I wish this tambourine player could be Will Cooper.