|Posted by Justin on February 11, 2013 at 12:25 PM||comments (0)|
As both author and head of marketing, it's up to me to get my book out there and under people's noses. That's why I jumped at the Kindle Prime promotion when a friend drew my attention to it. Under the scheme, the book goes out for free for five days to Prime users (I presume they pay for the privilege tho admit I'm actually not sure). My friend had a huge success with his adventure story Mappamundi. Over the promotional period for the Moon at the Bottom of the Well, 1100 Kindle users downloaded the book - around two-thirds in the US, the remainder mostly in the UK (a few in Germany). Since the promotion ended, sales are ticking up...more soon hopefully!
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The book is now available for down load on Kindle Reader - see the 'get the book' section.
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I've been contacted by a former colleague of Ennio's, the photographer Roland Neveu who was with him in Phnom Penh 1975 (see guestbook). "I remember that Ennio always had clean shoes," said Roland, "but I never knew he used to be a shoeshine boy."
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From the Swindon Link magazine:http://www.swindonlink.com/features/rags-to-riches-tale-from-swindon- born-journalist