The snow has finally come! It’s as if a fever has broken here and the scene outside has finally caught up to reality. Snow!
The new way of watching TV can be very addictive, between the DVR, Xfinity, Netflix, Amazon Prime and so much more. In fact, I’m watching the beginning of the third season of Broadchurch right now as I type. Tonight’s rundown of fabulous programming follows, after a bit of news … actually a lot of news because I have deputized myself as a citizen reporter who knows that each and even one of us might be able to solve the puzzle of the current presidency if we watch long enough, Tweeting all the while.
Welcome to the (much) more sociable Perforated Lines. I’m using a portion of this photo to gussy up my front page or whatever it’s called on Facebook. I am trying to get used to it, but I always feel as if I’m at the Mall, with lots of things to see and friends to meet and stores (groups) to get lost in. It can be fun if you’re in the mood.
I am now 100 percent more successful with one of my books than yesterday: One copy of Cheaper & Better has sold! My theory, after watching the Kindle selling bars, (see below) is that it’s all word of mouth after all. Once a book starts to sell, it just keeps selling, a few a day. It’s a modern-day miracle.
It’s been a great day to watch the numbers just rolling, rolling in. See yesterday’s entry if you’re unsure about the goings on here. The final tally was 597 free ebooks downloaded during my very first promotion, ever. I feel very gratified and accomplished. I have worked my way through the Amazon labyrinth, following all the rules, and now we wait and see if a free promotion does any good. According to the members of Amazon’s own forum, I shouldn’t get my hopes up. But, since I’m starting from zero sales, there’s lots of room for growth here. 🐔