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eNovel Authors Report Promotion Results ~ Part 3

Welcome again to the Cyber Porch…

where eNovel Authors at Work gather to share the ehow of book promotions

This is the 3rd in a series of reports on actual results of promotions. eNovel  authors tell you where they promoted, how much they paid, number of books downloaded and how much they earned–or not.

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Book Promotions ~ Indie Authors Report Results Part 2

What can you expect when you put an ebook in promotion?

Back Porch Cyber Chatter

Welcome to the Cyber
Porch where eNovel authors gather to chat.

We hope to answer that question here. This is the second in a series of articles in which indie authors share their actual experiences in the  ehow of

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Are You Superstitious?

Jackie Weger

Superstitious Author,
Jackie Weger

I am superstitious. I can’t help it. I don’t know where it comes from. I don’t  sit on a bed after it is made to perfection and I have heart failure if any visitor to my home does. Pull the covers down first if you need to nap. That’s fine.  Okay.  So now I’m a writer. I need good luck along with craft and a few good author pals. I have a keeper who likes to nap. And I have cats for the first time in my life. Cats are no respecters of superstition. I don’t make the bed up any more. There is good luck, bad luck and no luck. Not making up my bed guarantees NO LUCK.  I’m good with it.  The cats are good with it and my keeper is good with it–or maybe not, but I didn’t ask his opinion.

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An Indie Author’s Nightmare

22,000 eBook Download Disaster

 A failure as catastrophic to the author as the Chernobyl meltdown she wrote about

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 Wormwood Forest: A Natural History of Chernobyl

Mary Mycio

Mary Mycio

Mary Mycio self-published Doing Bizness: A Nuclear Thriller  in June 2013. She has the background for it. A journalist and the daughter of Ukrainian immigrants, Mycio wrote a non-fiction book, Wormwood Forest: A Natural History of Chernobyl. Mycio visited Chernobyl; she speaks the language, she investigated, she met and talked with those in the know. The book was published in 2005. Wormwood Forest reads as solid and as interesting as her fiction. Not a dry word in the tome.

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