Fifteen written reviews (the kind that include words, not just clicking LIKE) and choosing five stars.
That’s what we need if we want to be able to buy an advertisement for one of our books on Amazon.
And why do you care?
Well, if you have a story or poem in Solstice, and your name is on the book, what if you’re trying to publish your novel? Or your collection of short stories? You’d want a good review out there of anything you’ve written, and not just one.
AND LOOK AT THIS:
This book has sixteen excellent (5-star) ratings, but only eleven reviews.
If this book had 4 more reviews, we could buy an ad that would pop up whenever anyone who read mystery books opened up their Kindle ap, and it would say, “You enjoy mysteries, why not try this book?”
Five people clicked a star, but didn’t write a review.
Well, who-the-heck has time to write reviews?
Reviews can be super short.
“I liked this book, and I can’t wait for the next one.”
“I bought this as a gift, and my friend loved it.”
“This book made me happy.”
“This book was a good read.”
“This was worth my money and my time.”
You can use something just like that.
And then more and more people find it, and then more and more people buy it, or ask their libraries to buy it, and so-on, and so-on….
And before we know it, authors are making money on their writing.
People are getting to find and read great writing by older authors,
Devil’s Party Press is publishing more writers because we have the resources to!
So, if you have a read a DPP book, please consider leaving a review. If you’re in a DPP book, please ask a friend of family member to leave a review.
Reviews mean growth.
Reviews mean sales.
Reviews mean an author who came to writing later in life is getting his or her book out there, and read!
And that’s all we ALL want… to be read.
We love late bloomers!
And your support of them means everything.
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