There’s nothing like a blog that’s behind on updates to remind you just how behind schedule you are LOL! Now to catch you all up on what’s to come for 2015.
A few updates since we last talked:
*Unwilling is available in both formats! (*Woohooo*) on Amazon and as an ebook on iBooks, Kobo, Smashwords, and Barnes & Noble.
If you’d like a signed copy, email me here for more information. K.D.Woodauthor@gmail.com. I’ll be happy to put a copy in the mail to you J
If you have a copy already and would like a signed book plate, email me for more information and I’ll be happy to send you one.
(Photo of reader and very first blog follower, Stephanie Hembree, with her copy of Unwilling!)
The second book in the series, UNLOVED, will be available soon!
There are also a few opportunities coming up to meet in person!
April 24-25, 2015 ----------A Day With the Authors
June 18-21, 2015 ----------UtopYA Con 2015
There are chances to win eBook copies of Unwilling, signed paper copies, and lots of other things. Visit my author page on Facebook often to catch those dates as they pop up for parties and blog events.
Have you read Unwilling?
If so, thanks so much! And I hope you enjoyed the story J
Did you enjoy Unwilling enough to leave a review for other readers to discover? If so, HUGE thanks! I have been overwhelmed with the wonderful reviews left for Unwilling. You guys ROCK and I’m thrilled to hear so many of you enjoyed the beginning of Neely's journey! Each message is like Christmas <3
I know you all probably get sick of hearing authors yammer about needing reviews. Trust me, I get it. But maybe this little bit of info will help the next time you read a great book.
Did you know?
There are some promotions authors can’t even qualify for, no matter if they have the money to pay the fee, and no matter how wonderful the story, unless their book has reached a certain number of reviews?
This is one reason authors are constantly talking about the need for reviews. The numbers help us move forward J
Did you also know?
That lots of promotional sites and services with large audiences require a certain ranking in the book’s reviews?
I didn’t know this before I became published and started trying to find advertisements for Unwilling.
This also means if “3 stars I LOVED IT!” is a reviewer’s version of “5 stars I LOVED IT!”, their glowing three star review, though greatly appreciated, can prevent that author from finding a wider audience due to low rank numbers.
I know, it’s all that weird algorithm business that leaves me squinting at the screen too. But it’s something to consider when you love a great book and want others to read it too.
(Insert Jerry McGuire scene)
“HELP ME, HELP YOU!!!!!!”
Thanks for coming over to visit my neglected blog, I hope to have more signing events to add to this list soon that give me the chance to meet you guys in person and talk books!
Give a book and its creator some love this week.