Copies of The Benevolence Archives, Vol. 1 are flying off the shelves… well, digitally, I guess. There aren’t actually shelves. And “flying” may not be the best metaphor for digital transmission. Beaming off the servers? Sure.
Point is people are downloading it, and we’re currently #6 in one of the two genres I get to file the book with. I WANT NUMBER ONE. IN THE WORLD. FOREVER.
Care to download a lovely batch of stories for absolutely none of your money whatsoever? (You don’t need a Kindle, remember; there are apps for smartphone and for computers/tablets.)
DO YOU WANT THE ANNOYING ADVERTISING TO STOP?
(EDIT: I just looked at the top ten. First place is an L. Ron Hubbard novel and second place is Wool, by Hugh Howey, which I paid for in paperback. So… uh… LET’S SHOOT FOR THIRD!)