Steel Town Girl, is now also available on Kindle!

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I’m a published author, ya’ll!

When you self-publish your work, your paperback version and your Kindle e-book will be available on different days. It also takes about three days for the paperback link and the Kindle link to merge on Amazon, to make shopping easier, so I am sharing both those with you now. It’s pretty cool to finally see it this way for me!

When I updated Friday, I was getting ready to go out to celebrate hitting the publish button, and fully expected it to be another five to seven days before it was available for sale. But, my husband came rushing upstairs excited, yelling that I might want to have some wine at dinner because he discovered my paperback had already gone live on Amazon. Whaaat?!

It took one day. From hitting publish to availability. — Yay! Yikes!

So, we went out to a crab leg dinner and needless to say, when the waitress asked me if I’d like a six ounce or nine-ounce glass of Riesling, I said, nine. Then, later… said, I’ll take another six.

Then, we saw a movie — Did you see The House with a Clock in Its Walls? — Awesome! We loved it! If you are the discarded black sheep of your family, have felt as if dealing with your past is somehow equivalent to facing down the devil himself — (and you love Halloween like I do), THIS is your movie! Totally ironic I chose this as the movie I wanted to see on pub day. And during the movie, unbeknownst to me, I had received an email that my Kindle e-book was now up on Kindle, but I didn’t see it till morning.

Hence, another update about my Kindle book Steel Town Girl

Are you by chance a self-published author? If so, what book did you write? Leave me a comment and let’s connect.

~ You are Loved,

Robin

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