Hey, guess what?
Just broke 1,000 sales.
That's amazing, guys. It's truly amazing. And I'm hovering around #500 on the Kindle Best-Seller lists, so that's also pretty incredible. I'm really humbled and amazed that the book is doing so well, and the reviews are largely positive. It's almost as though people are enjoying something I produced, which is an odd and foreign feeling.
I'm also really happy to see more and more people leaving reviews on Amazon, which is great. Thorough and honest reviews help quite a bit; they allow strangers randomly browsing Kindle to see that the book is legitimate. The more reviews I get, the better.
So here's the real question. Now that I've hit a thousand sales, what should I do to celebrate?
A.) Go out to eat at a nice restaurant.
B.) Dance and sing, like the barbarians of old.
C.) Buy the bottle-nosed dolphin that I've always wanted.
D.) Go back to work on Book 2, slave!
E.) All of the above. Simultaneously.
Let me know in the comments!
"The sea was empty."
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