Smashingly Good Result
Yes indeed! I’m delighted to report that the problem and mum with Smashwords has reached a very good conclusion! I received an email from them which, while brief, was polite and helpful! I’d still like to be told why they made retrospective reviews on the books, of course…
Book Promo Day Explanation
I should have made this quite clear from the very beginning, I guess! The weekly Book Promo Day does not have to feature only your latest books! Any of your books can be featured, which means that you have a great opportunity to bring them ‘back into the light’. SO, dust off those older works and give them some love by submitting them for Book Promo Days. Of course, do remember that the limit is one book in any week!
Blog Browser Day
The question has been asked, perfectly correctly! How can you give a ‘star rating’ to your own blog when suggesting it for Blog Browser Day? To be fair, you can’t. The fault was, however, mine! By making the star rating ‘required’, I forced folk to make use of it! I have now added a star rating of “My own blog” so that modesty may be reserved in future. I hope that the problem is now solved satisfactorily. In future, any blog submission with the new non-star rating will have the lack of a star rating properly explained on the Blog Browser Day posts.
An odd one, this! You will doubtless have seen the background posts about the G1: The Guardians series. These are being produced from the copious notes I have for the series, If, however, there is some aspect that you would like to know more about (within reason, of course), I’d be very happy to hear from you!