Since writing my last-but-one post, I’ve discovered something about amazon’s sales rankings.

Turns out they’re not of all sales, but of sales made within a specified hour. Personally, I think ‘All’ sales would be a better idea. At least you’d know how a book was doing against its competitiors. I find this hourly system entirely meaningless.
But, hey. Never let it be said that I can’t go with the flow. Every other author whose blog I read seems happy enough with this system, so who am I to argue?
For what it’s worth, here’s a screenshot of my results from yesterday. Two of my books are placed at numbers 4 and 6 in the amazon’s sales rankings.That’s Death Line in at Number 4 and Dead Before Morning in at Number 6. Reason to celebrate? Why not?


Published by geraldine

I'm a British crime author. If you like Procedurals that are quirky and kind of Cozy, you'll like mine. A Little Laughter. A Little Mayhem. A Little MURDER. . . Detective Inspector Joe Rafferty comes from a clan who think -- if they MUST have a copper in the family -- he might at least have the decency to be a BENT one. The Rafferty & Llewellyn British Mystery Series: Dead Before Morning #1 Down Among the Dead Men #2 Death Line #3 The Hanging Tree #4 Absolute Poison #5 Dying For You #6 Bad Blood #7 Love Lies Bleeding #8 Blood on the Bones #9 A Thrust to the Vitals #10 Death Dues #11 All the Lonely People #12 Death Dance #13 Deadly Reunion #14 Kith & Kill #15 Asking For It #16 The Spanish Connection #17 Game of Bones #18 The Casey & Catt British Mystery Series Up in Flames #1 A Killing Karma #2 Biographical Historical Fiction and more. Check out my books: View more posts

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