It’s been a few says since I last posted. I was finishing an edit on a book and got that published on Amazon as a Kindle book. I literally got it finished at dinner time on Friday evening, and it went live somewhere about 1:30 AM based on the email I got from Amazon. By noon at least two people had read it based on KENP (pages read by KU readers). It’s been a week and that title or cover or story is selling well.
I’ve had four different books go out since the beginning of May.
- Loves Road Home, short story, approx 60 pages, couple walking down a dirt road on the cover.
- Love, French Toast, and Bacon, novella length, approx 120 pages, cute couple in a playful hug with some plate in hand on the cover.
- Kissed By Sunset, novella length, approx 120 pages, silouetted couple in the sunset on the cover.
- Love Forever Yours, book length, approx 225 pages, man, woman and child frolicking at the beach on the cover.
So, is a family on the cover what is selling the book? A single woman and a divorced man with a child. You know the drill. Eventually they get together.
I guess this is something to think about. Maybe more family oriented stories are the way to go.