A Luvverly Week

happy(photo courtesy of treesflowersbirds.com)

This has been a good week so far. In fact, it’s been just downright luvverly, and because of that I’m discounting a couple of my books (but more on that later in the post). And what about the little guy pictured above? Doesn’t he just look like things in his corner of the world are luvverly? He also looks a bit…well, smug but I don’t share that feeling. I just feel good and grateful. To explain, the things that happened really brightened what might have been an otherwise ordinary week. First, the royalty statement. It seems I’ve picked up more readers in both Great Britain and Germany. Actually, I think this is the first time I’ve actually gotten das Geld from Germany, but of course I’ll take all those converted Euros! Gimme, gimme, gimme!

Also in news this week, I’ve gotten a flood of new fans on Facebook and followers on Twitter — an absolute FLOOD! I know what the cause of the majority of these new connections was, and thanks to the Tall, Dark and Alpha contest, I’ll be looking more into the whole notion of a rafflecopter for future promotion.

Thank you so much (so, so, so much!) to everyone who connected with me this week (and are still connecting) and to my new readers! To show my appreciation, I’m offering two of my books from the Friends and Lovers series at a discount until Tuesday, January 28th. I’m offering You are Mine and A Mighty Good Man. They’re part of a series, but they can each be read as a stand-alone.

Here’s to having a luvverly week, and thank you again!

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3 thoughts on “A Luvverly Week

  1. I am a big fan of yours and I have been waiting a long time for the conclusion of Tracy and Jack’s story. However, as much as I love this couple I can’t see myself spending $3 for a book that is 89 page in length. ( Call me cheap, that fine.)

    1. No, Anonymous, I won’t call you cheap, and thanks for being a fan. You’re allowed to decide how much you want to spend on a book, just as I’m allowed to decide what I want to charge for all the time and effort I put into writing the book, and the cost for covers and editing. If you decide that a book isn’t worth the price of a cup of coffee (or a large bag of chips, or a sandwich, or whatever); that’s entirely up to you. Just as it’s entirely up to me to value my work and sell it for what I believe it’s worth. After all, if I don’t value, who will?

      Again, thanks for being a fan.

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