My Top Ten Bestselling Novel . . .

by wjw on January 29, 2015

. . . is seventeen years old.

The Rift got to #7 on the Barnes & Noble list today.  Hadn’t ever broken the Top Fifty on B&N before.

Screen Shot 2015-01-28 at 9.56.23 PMAnd The Rift also topped out at #32 on the Amazon list, and I hadn’t got into the Top 100 with any of my books before.

Screen Shot 2015-01-28 at 9.56.40 PMSo hurrah!  Thank you all!

I guess it shows that if you want something done, you should do it yourself.

And of course it’s not too late to join the stampede, and buy The Rift from one of the following vendors!

AmazoniBooksKoboBarnes & Noble, and Smashwords!

TC/Writer Underground January 29, 2015 at 7:41 pm

Was your Bookbub listing driving these numbers? Impressive stuff (for an old guy).

Shash January 30, 2015 at 12:59 am

Congratulations. It’s about time the masses discovered you. I’ve been beating my friends over the head about your books (not with your books). Maybe they CAN learn something new. Well, new-ish.

Teegan January 30, 2015 at 5:53 am

Couldn’t pass up 99 cents; I read “The Rift” years ago, but I’m in the process of replacing the dead-tree versions of books I own with ebooks since someday we will have to move to a smaller house and we just won’t have the bookshelf space we do now. Thanks for giving us such a good deal on one of your books. I bought from Smashwords as I understand the author gets a larger cut of the sales price.

wjw January 30, 2015 at 6:11 am

Bookbub plus another site, yeah. Plus I could advertise The Rift as Action & Adventure, which is a much bigger market. Whether this contributes to SF sales is a more problematical issue.

TRX January 30, 2015 at 8:05 pm

“My power infests all times, all galaxies, all dimensions.”

Back in ancient times you had to accept what was on the shelf, or at the theater, or on TV. Your choices were limited to what was available.

They still are… but modern technology has broadened those choices considerably. You want an electronic version of a book that has been out of print for nearly a generation? A couple of clicks and it’s yours. You want a real dead-tree edition? A few clicks, a short wait, and it’s in your mailbox.

I’m old enough that virtually unlimited media access and nearly-free long distance are still new and interesting…

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