Do note that Reaper's Dozen is a collection of short stories, and I think that's the reason sales have been so bleh since we started this. My other writing pals, one of whom is pulling in around $300 a month for her work (I could sure use that!), are doing far better, and they think it's because my book is note a full novel and readers would rather have that. I don't blame them as I myself am less likely to try out a new author unless it's a novel I can really invest in; after that, if short stories come out, I'll snatch those up, too.
So it's too early to call the Brian Drake E-book Experiment a failure, as I'm sure that once my spy novel The Eagle Intercept goes up, sales for Reaper's Dozen will pick up. Heck, my other pals have more than one title available, so it makes sense.
Well, I would rather not think about "if not" at this point, because it usually ends with my jumping off the roof.
Granted I'm only two floors up, and would cause far more embarrassment to myself than damage (what else is new?) but you know what I mean.
And if you haven't been over to Amazon to check out the action, here's a convenient link: