Saturday, 8 March 2014

Ancient Egypt and the Apocalypse

I've done another guest post, this time over at Lexa Cain's blog about Ancient Egypt and the Apocalypse. No pseudoscientific stuff like you'll see on cable, instead it's archaeological and philosophical musings.

Oh, and Radio Hope had its first sale in Australia! That's made it #13 in post-apocalyptic books in the Amazon Australia Kindle store. All from one sale. It's good to remember when authors brag about a high ranking in some obscure list or other, chances are they've had very few sales.

Now if I was #13 in the Amazon US store. . .

4 comments:

Sioux said...

Sean--#13? Wow...until you read the extra tidbit.

Your post made me also think when authors boast with excerpts of "reviews," and I wonder what parts they left out. For example, if the "reviewer" says the book left them "speechless," did the whole statement read, "I'm left speechless, wondering how such drivel could get published..."?

Your travels, as usual, color me green.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Read your guest spot at Lexa's and congratulations on your first Australia sale!

Donna Volkenannt said...

Congratulations, Sean. Maybe that sale will lead to more in Australia.

Love the photo on this post. Heading over to read your guest post.

D.G. Hudson said...

Congrats, Sean. Love that photo at the top of this post. I would love to see those columns up close.

Will check out your guest spot on Lexa Cain's blog!

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