(Does that make us David Hasselhof?)
Was poking around hither and yon and found that ‘Speak Its Name’ is number 1 in its category on Amazon.dr.
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Amazon.de Verkaufsrang: Nr. 1.170 in Englische Bücher (Die Bestseller Englische Bücher)
Beliebt in diesen Kategorien:
Nr. 1 in Englische Bücher > Gay & Lesbian > Literature & Fiction > Fiction > Romance > Gay
Nr. 1 in Englische Bücher > Gay & Lesbian > Literature & Fiction > Fiction > Gay
Nr. 17 in Englische Bücher > Romance > Historical
The Amazon fiasco has had lots of them.
GLBT romance getting £££s worth of free publicity, including product placements on mainstream TV. alex_beecroft, markprobst and erastes (and me a bit) getting their names all over the shop, and appearing dignified and sensible in the process.
And, as I searched for non Amazon UK sites to put on my website, I found that my books are listed at both Blackwell’s and Waterstones.
erastes tells me that she’s got Lessons in Love off Amazon.com and it’s come with the pretty new cover.
That and ‘Speak Its Name’ being available on the Tesco’s site makes me very excited.
Cue Max Boyce joke:
“I wanted to know how to get to the ground and they said ‘Don’t worry Max, just follow the crowds.’ I followed the crowds, ended up in Tesco’s…”
Was googling the lads, as you do, and found the new cover for Lessons in Love is up at Barnes & Noble.
Stolen from erastes, alex_beecroft, the_sea_to, etc.
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By the adorable Mark Probst.
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