In which I open a big box of Blueline Pro bristol board.
Just finished crunching my numbers for my personal book sales in 2011. I set out at the beginning of last year with a 5000-book goal. The Lord’s blessed me with more than that. Last year, I sold over 5850 Fuchs books and comics!
Amazing, especially since in 2010 I sold 1889 books and comics, so that’s, what, a roughly 300% increase? Truly blessed and thankful.
In this day and age when reading is on the decline and most folks would rather watch TV or play video games, to sell nearly 6000 books in a year for a single author/artist is very special. You readers are great, Jesus is great, and fandom is great.
In last year’s post, I mentioned 2011′s 5000-book goal, so to do the same this year, let’s see if we can hit 8000 books for 2012. Anything you can do to help me reach that goal would be sincerely appreciated. Nearly all my books are less than $5 on Kindle, and paperbacks range from $7-15. Comics are at $2.50-$3.00. Nothing to break the bank.
But I also want to repay you readers on a regular basis and offer stuff for free, so right now the first book in my paranormal romance vampire series, Blood of my World–Discovery of Death–is free on Kindle, Nook and Smashwords. Also, here on this blog I have a serial post-apocalyptic zombie love story called Zomtropolis, which I recommend for those looking for a different take on the undead than what’s usually offerered on bookstore shelves.
So once again, thank you for such a great year in books and comics.
Paperback ISBN: 978-1-927339-09-1
eBook ISBN: 978-1-927339-10-7
“THE GOOD FATHER is a chilling and provocative story that will force you to think about an issue that, until now, hasn’t gotten nearly enough attention.” – #1 New York Times Bestselling author GLENN BECK
How Far Would You go to Save the Life of Your Unborn Child?
Tommy and Mary knew they were perfect for each other. They fell in love and were immediately drawn into a relationship of intense emotions, passion and intimacy.
They were going to spend their whole lives together.
Until Mary got pregnant and, not ready to be a mother, decided to terminate the pregnancy.
Now she awakes in a dank, blue-painted room in an old house, her captor the last person she ever expected—Tommy.
Threatened with death, torture, and abuse, Tommy decides to hold her captive until he can become what he’s always dreamt of: a good father.
No matter what the cost.
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Looks like Green Arrow is a go for the WB/CW as this year’s Smallville replacement. Granted, they’re just bits from the show, but overall it looks pretty good. I’ll tune in.
And from the greatest superhero videogame ever, Batman: Arkham City, comes the final DLC on May 29, Harley Quinn’s Revenge. You can get the DLC with the Game-of-the-Year Edition, or for $9.99 via the PS3 Store.
Here you go. Four minutes from The Amazing Spider-Man due out in theatres July 3.
Got to say, this looks . . . AMAZING. (No pun. Well, maybe a little one.) Just hope it’s not some angst-filled flick geared for teens. Also hope, as the trailer implies, it isn’t about Peter’s destiny having been determined by his father back when he was a kid. Hope it’s just a red herring to throw off fanboys like me.