200th Copy Sold

This morning when I checked my CreateSpace account I was excited to see that I just sold my 200th copy of 5 Acres & A Dream The Book. In the larger context of books and book selling, I realize that may not seem like a lot. For a self-published author, that’s a milestone because the average sales for self-published books are less than 200 copies over the course of the book’s life.

Good reviews are coming in on Amazon.com, also Amazon.co.uk. I’m currently working on a “What readers are saying” page for Kikobian.com. And I’m starting to look ahead at my next book, possibly Critter Tales from 5 Acres & A Dream.

Also upcoming will be an online radio interview next Friday! More on that soon.

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4 Responses to 200th Copy Sold

  1. Garrett says:

    WOW! Congratulations on 200+! Fantastic job!

    And you;re spot on about self-pub books. I’m stalled out at 100. 🙂

    (just a quick note, The font you’re using on this blog makes me feel like I need to put on glasses, even when I’m already wearing them! 🙂 )

    Congratulations, and best of luck on the radio!!!

    • Leigh says:

      Garrett, thanks!

      And thanks for the feedback about the blog. Do you mean the size of the font? It looks like a standard sans serif to me, but I know monitors can interpret things differently. I have to admit wordpress isn’t as intuitive as blogger, in terms of finding and changing things.

      • Garrett says:

        No, it’s actually the headings, with the shadow behind it… But it’s easy enough to get through. 🙂

        -g-

        • Leigh says:

          You know, I’m not finding wordpress to be as versatile and intuitive as blogger, but wordpress seems to be more available as blogging software to be added to a website.

          I confess I barely noticed the shadows, but appreciate the feedback! Who knows, there might even be something I can do about it. 🙂

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