Although The Priest is losing positions in ranking, day 5 went better than day 4 in terms of downloads.
It started with 907 downloads:
Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,105 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
It ended with 992 downloads:
Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,207 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
There were also 2 new downloads at Smashwords, for a total of 145.
Started with 840 downloads:
#699 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
Finished with 887 downloads:
Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,138 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
Still here, still alive. Four days of mad tweeting, begging, and cajoling. Most of the begging and the cajoling though has taken places in the last three weeks. In case you were wondering, ENT works. Meanwhile, I discovered that on Wednesday The Priest was featured on Freebooksy. Compared to yesterday’s ride, downloads are slowing down now, but numbers are still looking good. I reached #1 in Dystopian, #2 in Science Fiction/Action, and also top 100 bestsellers list. Plus, today the Priest has received three 5* reviews on Amazon. Two more have appeared after the first one that prompted me to write the ode to awesome reviewers.
At the moment, 5:35 pm, this is the situation around the world:
Still alive and reporting for duty. Today, The Priest’s promo is featured on Ereader News Today, ENT. Authors who have been picked up by ENT swear it makes a huge difference in the downloading department. I will tell you later. At noon, The Priest is still #4 in Dystopian on Amazon.co, and those are my numbers in terms of downloads:
Reporting live, big emphasis on the “live” part. Free promoting isn’t for everybody, but I do have a few screenshot to show for it. Bear with me, proud mothers glow.
For the very first time, for 5 days, starting today and ending Saturday, The Priest, my dystopian novel is free. Grab a copy, it’s on me. Please, share the news with anybody who would be interested in reading about alternate Earths, matriarchal societies, slavery, and a love story so pure it will start a revolution. As an indie author, word of mouth is the only means I have to make my work visible. Thank you for your consideration.