Well I'm into the last five days of the Kindle Scout campaign thing, and I have to admit the nominations are thin on the ground. Once a book drops off that “Recently Added” high-visibility page, that happens, and I didn't go all-out with paid advertising, so no surprise there.
Actually, this campaign started out with some pretty respectable “pageviews”: 135 on Day One, then 176, 139 and so on but then gradually descending.
I resisted the urge to bug friends and contacts with more postings, but as we near the end of the 30 days, I ask that you bolster my final chances of gaining a nomination and rescue my romantically-inclined thriller/mystery from the depths of Venice Lagoon where it is in danger of sinking.
Here is the link to the Scout Campaign page for “Night of the Webcam” and do bear in mind that, if the book is selected by Amazon, a free copy of the Kindle version goes to everyone who nominated it. You can read a fairly long excerpt from it just below that Nominate Me box on the site.
Thank you! Your support is much appreciated, and I only hope my writings might provide some distraction from the terrible events of recent weeks. My thoughts are very much with Manchester and London.
~ Author of fiction