We hope that by now a fair few of you have received the copies of The Wait that you ordered – if you haven’t had a chance yet, you can grab one here.
We need your help still to spread the word-please share and reshare our links, tell your friends, buy them as gifts! We can’t do this without you.
If you like what you’ve read so far, then we’d also really appreciate you leaving a review on the Lulu site where you purchased your poetry collection. The reviews are really important as they’ll help us get seen, so please spare a minute, create an account if you don’t have one (they only ask for three pieces of information-it takes a minute, honest!)
Please keep sharing, and we’ll try get you a sales update soon!
Leave a review on the Lulu site to raise the books profile
Share links on your social media for us – it’s a boring marketing thing, but ‘social signals’ help push links to the top of search engines and social networking feeds, so we really need your help to keep the momentum going and keep people talking about us!
Reports have been coming in that the people who jumped online to grab a copy of The Wait on the first day or two of release have been receiving their copies!
Have you get yours? What do you think? Chuck us a Tweet or message us on Facebook, WordPress or however else you found us – and if you don’t have a copy yet then you can grab one here!
And if you’re enjoying it, then please share our links in your social media. We’ve said it 100 times but it really is vital that you help us out – we don’t have an advertising budget, so all our publicity is generated by people like you helping us out.
Every penny of profit is going to cancer research… Even if you’re not into poetry but you think this is a great idea, please share a link and maybe someone you know will grab a copy.
Thanks again for everything you’ve all done for this project – without you all, it would be nothing.
If you have your copy, then thank you – and good for you! If not, have a look at this list and decide if you can really afford to sacrifice just one thing on it in order to contribute something to charity: Continue reading →