Okay, I feel like I let you down…

I am seriously considering posting the final chapters of my murder mystery set in world war two London. I know I said I wasn’t going to, because I was afraid none of you would buy the book when I publish it. That might be a shortsighted way of treating my loyal blog followers… even if it is brilliant from a marketing point of view.

I am, as we speak, typing up the last two chapters. I am still not sure exactly how the final moments will play out. I have the characters set in a really intense situation. Something bad is going to happen to somebody.

So tell me what you think. Convince me to post it or tell me to hold out for the cash. Whatever your heart tells you is best. I trust you.

At the very least, those of you who were written into the story will want a copy, right?

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43 Responses to Okay, I feel like I let you down…

  1. benzeknees says:

    If you make it cheap (sorry inexpensive) enough, then maybe I can afford it.

  2. WilderSoul says:

    I want to buy your book! So keep that suspense going. I have the same problem with trying to withhold drawings from my blog. I just *itch* to upload them. I feel like I’m being unfair keeping them back. Actually, it is a bit of a stopper for my creative process *not* to share them!
    How on earth I am going to make a living out of it I really don’t know. I would like to buy your book whichever way you go, because I appreciate your efforts, and I enjoy the words you write. I feel that you have earned it. If the whole world ran on koha, and we all paid for, or gave something of ourselves, for the things we appreciated, we would live in a very different world. Where is your PayPal donate button? 🙂

  3. hastywords says:

    I am buying it either way so you do what you feel is best 🙂

  4. If you’re going to post only post a part of the end that still leaves a cliff hanger. That will make people want to buy the book to find out the ending…

  5. Al says:

    Hold out. 🙂

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