When you’re ready. Not for them, but for you.
Today, when I got out of bed and I found out that my book on Amazon is currently #2, these were my reactions:
Feels amazing to be growing my readership! So naturally when I saw this, I just started envisioning going to dinner tonight at Nobu and crashing in my pad off the PCH. A guy can dream…haha. And I would probably throw some money in the air, but it’d be right in my own living room, so I can pick it back up and put it right back in my pocket. I’m about that investment and diverse portfolio life, now.
Seriously though, I love knowing that people who’ve never read my work are giving me a chance now. We made it!
If you haven’t joined the wave yet, stop waiting and c’mon and join the party. Pick up my eBook for free until 9/20 on Amazon.
Day one of my #NYFW ebook giveaway has been going amazingly. Thank you to everyone who’s downloaded a copy and or told someone else about the book. We made the book reach #5 on the Top 100 books for my section. Let’s keep the momentum going and get this book in the hands of some new readers.
If you haven’t gotten the book yet, you’re missing out! But don’t worry, you can grab one for free on Amazon until 9/20. Click the link and get your kink on.
To celebrate #NYFW, I’m giving my book away for free on Amazon! If you don’t already have a copy, this is the perfect time to pick one up! It’s sexy. It’s engaging. And it’s passionate. A perfect read for these cool autumn days.
After you’ve read it, please write a review on Amazon. Reviews help to support authors more than you know it.
Marvin Gaye just seems to have recorded a song for every human emotion and experience. Most of his songs are like therapy for me. This song in particular, is uplifting and harmonious. When I listen to it, my mind is at ease.
Thank you Brother Marvin, for giving this world a part of yourself. Even long after you’ve departed this earth in the physical form, your music still transcends generations. It relates to the topics and issues that plague us today.
Solange, thanks for reminding me about this song.
Enjoy. God is love.
This is a Chicago Steppers jam originally recorded by Jr. Bailey. Ruben did his thing on this record. Happy Monday