Since ending the Unbroken campaign in January, I’ve seen book sales trickle down to previous levels or 40 to 50 a month. I was liking the 100 books month better. And Laura’s book is kicking butt on all of the best nonfiction lists. And as more people finish reading the book, the larger my potential audience becomes.
Only two weeks left on the Unbroken campaign. The results thus far have been promising. I sold more books last month than I did for any other month for all of last year. The final total isn’t in, but it was close to 100 books. Once again eBooks out sold print. How much of this […]
This book proves to me that publishers and bookstores have it all wrong. They want to pigeon-whole every book into a genre. This book is categorized as a military history book. Okay, so it is. But how about simply calling it nonfiction. How about calling it a true story. Laura’s previous book was Seabiscuit, another great book. She could have found another story to tell about the horse world. Instead, she came across this amazing story and decided to tell it. She’s not a military historian. She’s probably not even a WWII buff. But she knows a good story when she sees one.