One of the reasons I wanted to start this blog was to make an organic, non-pushy-in-your-face way to promote my books. 


That little beauty there is the sales performance of Concerning Littleton in the last 30 days. Check out the spike yesterday, the same day as this blog went live. 

Now I know that you can't read too much into statistics. The causality of an inferred statistic can be a logical fallacy, like how eating more ice cream makes it more likely you'll drown. (That's because people eat more ice cream in the summer, and also swim more, too.). As Mark Twain said, "there are lies, damn lies, and statistics."  

Still, I can't help but marvel at the surge.  

AuthorMako Allen