Self-Published Book Bumps ‘The Girl On The Train’ Out of the Top Spot

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The day my book made it to the number one spot on the best seller list of psychological thrillers, I knew that meant it finally bumped The Girl On The Train off the perch it had practically owned for the last year. That was a big deal for me. Mostly because my book is self-published. Any self-published author knows how difficult it is to compete with other indie books, not to mention, traditionally published ones.

My readers were incredibly excited. They sent lots of congratulations. I found myself responding to the kudos with things like, well, my book is . . . continue reading

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  1. Well done, Eva…so excited for you and wish you continued success. ~nan

    • ranacom@aol.com

    • 4 years ago

    Yup. Absolutely nothing to apologize for. Indeed, lots to take a bow for.

    Great piece.

    BB

    ranacom@aol.com

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