Has anyone out there tried Facebook ads for your books? I gave it a shot a couple of times last fall, with no success. After checking out a link on Staci Troilo’s website that explained the process a little better, I decided to give it another chance. The ad is for The Gemini Connection, and although it’s far from a landslide, the ranking went up this weekend. So did the ranking for Sarah, but I’m not sure if the increased sales were a result of the FB ad or a Twitter post from Saturday. I’ll let the ad run for at least a couple more days and see what happens. If you know the secret to successful ads, please share!
I’m still plugging away on the third draft of my WIP – which is still titled Book 3. As I’m reading through it again, occasionally the characters laugh and tell me that’s not something they’d ever say or do, and it needs to be rewritten. Does this happen to you guys? It’s not necessarily a bad thing to have voices in your head – especially if you’re a writer.
So, I’m waaaaay behind on Supernatural – and I can hear some of you gasping in shock, dismay, bewilderment, and disapproval. For some reason, I never watched it when the series first started so many years ago, and I’m determined to change that. Especially since the last season is coming up. A few reviewers mentioned that in Sarah, the banter between Cain and Finn reminded them of Sam and Dean, but when I wrote the book, I’d never seen the show. So far, I’ve gotten through the first six or seven episodes, and I love it, just like I knew I would. I’ll keep you updated.