Skip to comments."Dragon's Fury - Breath of Fire" reaches # 1 position in its' category on Amazon e-books
Posted on 08/11/2002 12:37:06 PM PDT by Dukie
Browsing Amazon.com on August 9, I am pleased to report that "Dragon's Fury - Breath of Fire", Jeff Head's 1st volume in his projective fiction series of a coming global war, has attained the #1 position on Amazon.com in the category of "Mysteries & Thrillers" for e-books using Microsoft Reader.
As of today, the book continues to demonstrate it's staying power in the ranks of top sellers, maintaining second position on this list which is updated daily. The link to the list can be found here:
With the recent release of Volume Two -"Trodden Under", the series will continue to attract readers with its warning concerning the dangers of overconfidence in the presumption of U.S. military technological superiority and its message of hope embodied in America's virtuous ideals and moral foundations.
Congratulations and wishes for continued success to a fellow FReeper.
In fact, of all MSReader eBooks of all genre's, including non-fiction, it is number 13:
... and for the Adobe side, Volume II, Trodden Under has climbed as well. It is now Number Ten top seller as an Adobe eBook amongst all genre's including non-fiction amongst Adobe eBooks on Amazon:
Good news all around.
John, maybe you could mega-ping this and point to this particular post?
We'll pray that your books get picked up by a major publisher. Again, congratulations.
Thanks. I'm headed (driving) to Vegas with Gail on Friday for the conference ... wish you and yours could be there.
We shall see. For the time being it is good to see it gaining some exposure. It means more people are reading (and hopefully liking) the storyline and the messages.
We shall see what the good Lord has in mind. I am grateful for whatever exposure the story can gain ... and of course hope it gains more for all five books.
God's best to you and yours.
Big BUMP back!
My understanding is that when an author is finally signed up by a regular publisher (mine are as yet self published except for the MSReader version which is published by PocketPCPress and which cannot be "signed") ... the publisher sets up the signings, etc as part of a promotional package.
Anyhow, I hope you enjoy Volume II and find it compelling and engrossing. Please let me know what you think and consider a review on Amazon if you are so inclined. <p. Fregards.
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