It's in the Hands of Strangers
On Thursday, over 6,000 people downloaded my book for free, shooting it to 27th on Amazon’s top 100 free books, second in free crime and third in free mysteries with a female sleuth. I’d like to give a big thanks to all who downloaded the book.
I'd also like to give a big thanks to all the wonderful folks who helped promote the free day, including Freebooksy.com, Ebookhabit.com, ireaderreview.com, freebookdude, dailyfreebooks.com, Jungle Deals and Steals, as well as the blog, Pebble In the Still Waters, which recently interviewed me. To read the interview, please visit http://pebbleinthestillwaters.blogspot.com/2014/03/author-interview-k-b-jensen-painting.html
I’m really hoping some of the people who downloaded the book will review it and tell their friends about it. Only time will tell. In the mean time, I find myself waiting with fingers crossed. You see, I’m an author who has always been afraid to share my writing. I keep my notebooks tucked away in drawers. When I try to read my work in front of a group, my hands shake and my voice trembles. I’m what they call a bit shy. It’s kind of like stage fright. So here I am, with my work in the hands of 6,000 strangers, taking a deep breath and hoping for the best.