I am back from my month-long blog-break and, strangely, I don’t actually have much to say. At least, not in this blog – there will be a Kaye Bellingan update soon.
I wasn’t planning to be away from the blog for a whole month, I just have had very low communication energy recently, for reasons I can’t really get into on the blog. (Everything’s fine. We’re all good here. Energy levels just suck.)
I have been going on with writing – the BXP2020 challenge has kept me on track mostly. I did have 8 non-writing days in January, for various reasons, but I still wrote more days (and more words) than I probably would have otherwise.
Sales of Silk Flower Goodbye have completely bottomed out, which is to be expected. I haven’t given any energy, time, or money to marketing it, and I don’t want to be putting my focus there at the moment anyway. So, I thought I’d make an experiment of it.
I will be pulling SFG from wide ebook distribution at the end of February, and going Kindle exclusive. It’s worth a shot, right? I’ll probably leave it in KU for at least 6 months. I doubt it will make any significant difference, but it’ll be interesting to see what happens anyway.
So, if you want a copy and your ebook store of choice is not the world’s largest river, you’ve got 29 days to get your hands on it. (Hint hint, nudge nudge, please buy my book.)
The print version will still be available in various places via Amazon and IngramSpark, and I am waiting for my order from the local printers so I should have some copies in hand in the next month. When that happens, there will be a launch-type event at the Bibliophile in Clarens. More details when I have them.
I don’t really have anything else to say at the moment, so I’ll end here.
Be kind. Be good. And happy writing.