The world has changed so much for writers. With the incredible advancements in technology, writers of all kinds can now quickly and easily publish their books and post them on sites like Amazon. It gives a place for the voices of the world to express ourselves.
It's been a huge help to all the authors out there who struggle to find their niches, or to publish works in a world where you have to be connected or already be famous in order to go through traditional channels.
But now Amazon is telling their clients that, if they don't "perform" well enough, that Amazon will discontinue them. How is that fair? Isn't the point of an online store that the space is unlimited? It's not a brick-and-mortar store where space is at a premium. It's cyberspace, and by definition, it's an unlimited world.
So I'm asking for help. Please go to Amazon and order The Eleventh Sense by KR Johnson. Read it, and recommend it to your friends and family. Please help me keep my book on the "shelf" because it's a beautiful, wonderful, and hilarious story and deserves to be out in the world.
And, when you've read it, send me an email. I love to read your comments and I will write back. Thanks!