Said it all in the headline. 🙂
But here’s the link: A Gift of Time
Please help spread the word if you can. Forward, share, reblog, whatever. It doesn’t have enough reviews to get picked up by the free sites, so the only visibility it will get is from what I can give it and that’s… well, you.
Two years ago, I set Ghosts to be free for the first time and I had 86 downloads by this time of the morning. Today… 2. Two’s better than zero, of course, so I am not complaining. Much. But my readers-to-hours ratio on this book is coming in at a number so far below the decimal point… hmm, I’ve just confused myself mathematically. But I’m at about 100 hours of writing time per reader right now, which is sort of an amusing way to look at it and sort of a really depressing way.
I think I’ll go walk the dogs.
Claudia Breland said:
Shared on Facebook!
Thank you so much!
Alex Heimann said:
A week ago, I downloaded A Gift of Time from Amazon. I’d never heard of you before; I was just a bored college student home for Winter Break with a lot of time on his hands, and the book was free and the description looked interesting enough. I forgot about it until today (well, technically yesterday at this point), but when I started reading it I couldn’t put it down. I absolutely loved it, signed up for your mailing list, and backtracked here from the links at the end to tell you how much I enjoyed your writing! I’m looking forward to reading more of your work and more of the Tassamara stories especially. Thanks for writing this book, and thanks also for sharing it with us and making it free on Amazon for those two days!
I’m so glad you enjoyed it! I’m going to be sending you an email with a file attached–if you don’t get it, check your spam filter. 🙂