At the risk of being annoying:
If you’ve read “Keven’s Choice” please leave a review on Amazon. If you really want to help out, you can cut and paste the review on Barnes & Noble and Apple Books too.
Reviews are vital to other people finding my book. The more reviews it has, the easier it is for someone who doesn’t know my book exists to find it
It's a big ask, leaving a review is probably the last thing you feel like doing right now and I get that. But by leaving one you help me get my message out. I’ve mentioned before - this is not about making sales for money, if I actually get a profit someday, I will let you all know.
I wrote the book to share Keven’s story in a way that will, hopefully, help others. It's my passion. It's all I have left to do with my life. I hate self-promotion/marketing but if I don’t do it - what’s the point of having a book out there?
The review doesn’t have to be 5 stars, it doesn’t have to be long. It can be very simple and to the point.
Thanks in advance to anyone who does this.
On to the next topic...
Have you ever wanted to write a book?
Since the release of my book quite a few people have told me that they've always wanted to write a book but never did because:
They didn't think they had enough to say
They didn't know how to start
They didn't have the confidence
They didn't know where to start
and more - you get the idea
I sincerely believe each of us have stories to tell. We're all different and have experienced or viewed life through our own unique lens.
Today's top ten books on the New York Times Bestseller (non-fiction) list are about:
Women of Greek mythology
Loss & suffering
Trauma's effect on us
Dave Grohl's memoir
Creating your identity
Legacy of slavery
If you have something to say and are considering writing a book to share with the world, I'm going to be sharing my writing tips over the next few weeks (see below). These tips are simply what I have learned through the experience of writing a book. Also, I'd be happy to talk to you about it, you can email me.
Leave me a comment: Have you ever wanted to write a book?