If you attended Catholic school in the 1960s, you would remember the Sisters reminding us—often—that our actions were part of our permanent record. Good or bad, what we did would follow us the rest of our lives.
I doubt the Sisters foresaw the future of the Internet, but their warning certainly holds true in this case. Social media owns our words, which means our rants, worries, celebrations, and misspellings, forever.
My newest book, Tranquility. Transformation. Transcendence, was released in May. Due to a problem inputting three new books simultaneously into the major distribution system, all three of those books, which included mine, were jumbled. From that point on, Amazon either couldn’t list my book correctly or couldn’t list it at all. It was the same with other booksellers, as well.
After both my publisher and I working many hours daily for weeks, Tranquility. Transformation. Transcendence is finally listed properly on Amazon. Can I hear an Amen? Now, it is a matter of other booksellers catching up.
If you’ve read this book, or any of my books, please write a review on Amazon. Our years of work on these books depend on comments from readers.
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