Have Some Roses   4 comments

It’s been a great week for book promotion. My interview with Nicholas Kotar had tremendous reception (over 100 views). I added a half-dozen followers here on Word Press and some new followers on Facebook and more than 50 new followers on Twitter. I can only hope that translates into an interest in The Willow Branch.

I always try to say thank you when someone gives me a compliment. Well, I can post all the articles I want, but in reality, if the book sells it’s because my readers discovered it, passed the word along and reached far more people than I could ever do on my own.

Thanks you and hope you accept virtual roses.

 

Lela Markham

The Willow Branch

Available October 20

4 responses to “Have Some Roses

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  1. That’s so sweet. Wishing you all the best from an author as well. 🙂

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  2. Nice! This is the best feeling. 🙂
    I hope I can do this soon.

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