10 days left.
10 DAYS LEFT!
Oh my heavens, finally. I am on the countdown to the end of this Kindle Scout campaign.
The biggest thing I've learned (or rather remembered, because obviously I knew it): I hate campaigning. I hate contacting people and asking for support. Especially people I know. Asking strangers is so much easier.
So the next time I decide to run for a political position, please remind me how much I hate this.
But I, and my book, are hanging in there. In the light of being totally transparent, because everyone I've met through the campaign has willingly shared their experience, stats, and advice, this is how it looks for me so far:
What does this mean, exactly? No one really knows. It shows that LAY ME DOWN has had good support thus far in my campaign, but that my page views have dropped dramatically since day one. I don't know how many nominations I have (it doesn't tell me that), but I'm hoping most of those page views (minus mine) have equaled nominations. The page views could have dropped because I've gotten really busy (Hello, Christmas?) and haven't been campaigning as much. Or they could have dropped because of the time of year (Christmas, anyone?) and people just aren't checking it out. Or there's always the possibility that it's just me.
At any rate, I've still got ten days left to sweat it out. There's still plenty of time to nominate me, if you want! And check out some of the other entries, especially the ones listed below, because you might find one you love!
My book: Lay Me Down
The Soldier's Bride by Rachelle J. Christensen
The Bicycle Gang by Ricky Corum
Sparkle Arin Lee Kambitsis
The Secret Patient by Vaughan W. Smith
My Sister’s Secrets by Jeanne McNamee
Diamond Bonds by Jeff Kish
Expert Witness by Nicole Luckourt
The Elf’s Apprentice by Frances Pauli
Lord Bart and the Leagues of SIP and ALE
Dead and Breakfast: A Cayo Hueso Mystery by Kimberly R. Giarratano
Rosette by Cindy Rinaman Marsch