Could I ask you for help?
I feel awkward. It's a guy thing.
We don't ask for directions.
And asking for help is even worse.
I've decided to do a Serial YA TRILOGY.
Three 80,000 word novels published one right after another.
But I need help.
1.) How far apart do I publish them? Every 6 weeks or every 2 months?
2.) Do I charge 99 cents or $1.99 each?
3.) Will any of you read a PDF of LUCIFER'S ORPHAN (Part I)
and review it so that I can have at least six reviews when I publish on Amazon?
(More would help me get a stipend from ACX to make an audiobook of it.)
4.) Would anyone help me set up a linky so that I can make a Blog Event of hyping this?
LUCIFER'S ORPHAN -
Some of you know a mother of a hospitalized girl once asked me to write a novel of myth, magic, and faeries
since her religious background wouldn't allow her to let her daughter read the three (at the time) novels of HARRY POTTER.
She wanted me to write of a young hero who was involved in magic but did not study it. And could I put angels in it and have a character struggle against a bad temper (as her daughter did)?
If I could set it in New Zealand, the country the girl loved because of Xena, that would be great too.
Sure thing I thought. Next I would establish world peace.
But I did it. I expected either she or her daughter would hate the books. They both loved them.
I thought the books burned up in my house fire. I recently discovered them and edited them.
I realized I needed help, so here I am, cyber-Stetson in hand.
I know all of you are busy with your own dreams and plans so I understand if you cannot help.
J E O'Neil thinks the cover to the 2nd book is a bit sexist. Fallen in the book is a fallen angel and all. But I do not want to offend.
What do you guys think of this one?
This really was a fascinating series: