I admit it, I check my sales rank on Amazon, Kobo, All Romance, and my Goodreads status at least once a day. It’s a sickness. An obsessive-compulsive’s nightmare. Fortunately, I don’t think I’ll do it as much with the next book. It’s less informative than I would’ve imagined and pretty demoralizing.
But! This morning when I went to check Amazon, I got the most awesome surprise ever. A 5-Star review from a complete stranger. I mean, the reviewers are all strangers, but this person isn’t (as far as I know) even a professional reviewer. Just a reader who found my book, took a chance on it, and was delighted by it. Read On
On the phone, on hold. Trying to find alstroemeria (Peruvian Lily, means prosperity, but also friendship, which is the key here; Sesha needs Kellan to be her friend first) anywhere in April can be a stretch. But in Northern Canada? Easier to find hospitality in Sodom. (I tried to find an inn one time, and had to stay in a stable…wait, that’s someone else’s story.)
Oh, that’s perfect. That postcard…it’s what Hawk needs, absolutely. To love himself first. Poor thing can’t find a decent man to save his life, but the right one is going to knock on his door. Joe’s perfect, but Hawk’s got too much baggage. Read On
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