Tuesday, June 19, 2012
End of the Tour
Well here we are, folks. The River Runes blog tour is officially over, and it's time to talk about the results. First, I'd like to welcome all of the new readers to Just 1 Writer, who came in from other places in the tour.
I am truly excited to see so many new subscribers, I believe there are 23 of you, and I can't say how much I appreciate your support of the blog tour. Feel free to browse around, check out some of the popular posts, and comment as much as you'd like. I'm really glad to have you here!
I have already reached out to the winners of the tour, there were several ebook giveaways throughout, and the big giveaway here, so check your emails to see if it's you. If not, I'm sure this won't be the last giveaway we have here. If it is you, congratulations!
Next, I want to talk a little about what changes I've seen, thanks to the blog tour. As I said earlier, this blog has gotten over 20 new subscribers! I'm excited about this, and I can't wait to see how many of you guys turn into regular readers of the blog. My twitter account has also gained quite a few new followers, and this is the first time my followers number has been higher than my following number. I hope I'm not to boring! If you're a new follower on twitter, @ me with a question or comment sometime and I'll be sure to get back to you.
As far as sales go, I think it's too early to say. Getting my name, and The River Runes, out there was the big point. At least as far as this tour was concerned. The more people that know the book is out there, the more of a chance that they will buy it. No one buys something they don't know exists, they have to hear about it first. Overall, the experience was a good one, and I think this helps me in my planning as I rev up to release Clockwork Charlie. The launch for that will be much bigger, more blog stops, more giveaways, more everything. I'm already psyched.
So, my thanks go out to all the great folks that hosted during the tour, and all of you that paid attention. The blog will go back to normal on Thursday, or at least as normal as it ever is.
Thanks for reading,
buh bye then