Category Archives: sales

online presence / ‘marketing’ results


I was wondering if my online presence had anything to do with sales increasing / decreasing, so I correlated the two. SALES is easy, as that’s a given. For blogger / wordpress, I counted the posts I made each month … Continue reading

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NO GAY FOR YOU! (Updated)


(Original post) It was six months between my research periods for school, so I decided to continue it six months later. I look at the‘Best Sellers in Gay Fiction’ on amazon.com, taking note of the gender of the author and … Continue reading

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the ugly truth about self-publishing . . .


It’s been a year since I self-published, and I’m going to do what I haven’t seen another self-published author do, give my results! The first question that comes to mind is, why did the Duke series sell and not the … Continue reading

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My story and I’m sticking to it!


I’ve written and self-published five novels so far. I released them into the world and watched the steady, however minimal, sales. I knew that my job wasn’t over, in order to sell them, really sell them, I’d have to market … Continue reading

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BOOK MONSTERS!


Well, I entered Duke – Book 1: Alpha Rising into the amazon Prime program to take advantage of its promotions. I was hoping to spur interest in Duke, maybe get some reviews and bleed-through sales. So how did that work … Continue reading

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NO GAY FOR YOU! trends in gay and lesbian fiction


Well, I entered Duke – Book 1: Alpha Rising into the amazon Prime program to take advantage of its promotions. I was hoping to spur interest in Duke, maybe get some reviews and bleed-through sales. So how did that work … Continue reading

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reverse-engineering the supply chain


In marketing, it’s suggested to think about your purchases and how you came about making them, so I looked at the last ten books I bought: Boundaries by Drs. Cloud and Townsend, recommended by a friend The True Story of … Continue reading

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