I distribute my audiobooks via Findaway Voices— the “wide” option. They are always adding new retail outlets to their stable. I never see a reason to say “no”, I just click OK and watch for the returns. Somewhere along the way, the company I always associated with music– OK, with Taylor Swift– signed on. I was yesterday-years-old before I realized this.
But even better, Findaway makes it EASY to promote my tales now.
New Promotion for the Shards of Light series
If you haven’t picked up the first book in my Shards of Light tales yet, I’m running a special promotion on The Ring and the Flag (book 1) as well as Fencing Reputation (book 2). Spotify sets the final price but I’ve tagged it for a deep discount starting tomorrow and running for the next month.
The dates are central to my theme, Infamy to Senility. December 8th is the day FDR actually used an SAT word to call for America to go to war (fabulous History trivia- on December 8th, my home state of Vermont also voted to recognize a state of war, in complete violation of the Constitution. The next day, Congress followed suit, but for a few hours it was just us against the Japanese Empire). And January 7th when the sale ends it will be my birthday; I think that explains the second half of the title.
Audiobooks at a Great Price
Semi-seriously, if you enjoy fantasy, storytelling audiobooks, need a great Christmas gift item, or just want to make me happy (and honestly, doesn’t that cover everyone?), these titles would fit the bill. If you’re on Spotify already, how can you NOT check one or both of these tales out? If you have an answer to that question, don’t tell me.
Have a wondrous holiday season!
4 thoughts on “Spotify Promotion! A Month of Infamy-to-Senility”
Hi William, just wanted to ask you which animation software you used to create your Youtube video – What is a chronicler?
Hi there! I’m glad you enjoyed that, personally I’m in love with it. All the credit goes to talented artist Teddy Newby who interviewed me and put the whole thing together.
Somehow the links don’t work for me. Is the promo US only?
I think what happened, Cat, is that when the promo went live the links slightly changed. Also, it works differently in the app than trying to access from the “raw” web. I’m still learning. But they make it easy to create a poster showing the book, and then anyone can go there and search it up.
I’ll try promos with the other sites on offer soon.
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