If you are a long-time reader of this blog, you are aware of my years-long series, The Best Picture Project. You’re also probably aware that in late-2016 I compiled that series together, edited the entries, and put it out in both paperback and ebook formats. It was called The Best Picture Project. Like this blog, I didn’t put the book out with any hope it would sell or make me money — and it hasn’t. I put it out because I like to write, and like it when people read my stuff.
That all said, I know at least one person out there read the book, because they took it as a free book from Amazon Prime — this is actually a good way to get it. It costs you nothing extra, and makes me a little something extra.
Anyway, how do I know it was read? Because Amazon gives reports on the pages read of the free kindle books taken through the prime. That’s why I know that over the middle of this month, somebody read the book in about a week, consuming almost half of it in one day — and it’s not a little book. I am ever appreciative of this.
To my one verified reader — Thanks! (Also, thanks to the rest of you, you’re all pretty cool as well.)
That said, I would love it if the folks that read this book, especially the verified readers, would go ahead and give the book a review. It helps people find the book, and once they’ve found it, helps them decide to buy it. If you could do that, it would completely make my day.