Let’s Try This Again: Universal Links

Bob just sent me this:

I do have universal links for the books:
Lavender’s Blue: https://books2read.com/u/mVDlNl
Rest In Pink: https://books2read.com/u/mqNaGQ
One in Vermillion: https://books2read.com/u/m0WdkA

As you can probably tell, I’m hopeless at self-publishing, which is why I have Bob. Well, one of the reasons I have Bob. OTOH, I am aces at rewriting, which is why I’m doing that while he handles . . . whatever.

I think he fixed the glitches in the non-US Amazon listings, too. The man has had a rough two days, so thank you, Bob.

18 thoughts on “Let’s Try This Again: Universal Links

  1. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Happy Snoopy Dance

    Thank you both!

    1. I haven’t read all of Bob’s books yet, but I keep wondering- does he have zombies in any of his own books?

      1. I did write a vampire book– and it has the history of vampires, how they originated. And a romance! Sort of. Area 51: Nosferatu.

  2. I just looked for them. I couldn’t find them on Amazon US by searching Jenny’s name, Bob’s name, or the titles. But when I went to Bob’s author page on AZ, there they were. Go figure. Not a complaint, just mentioning it in case you need to know about these glitches.

  3. All praise and thanks be to BOB!
    I updated the post on my site to quote this post and the link to Bob’s TikTok.

    When the art is available, I’ll update again. 🙂

  4. Bob did great work, I was able to easily pre-order all 3. WOOOO booooooks! I’m so looking forward to reading the finished thing after all this time. : ) Yay for you guys taking control of your publishing.

  5. Thank you Bob!
    All three are available now for pre-order on Kobo; they’re in my shopping cart for when my next salary arrives.

    I bought too many Dick Francis audiobooks this month, have to wait a bit before spending more on books, but I’m really enjoying listening to Break In read by Tony Britton 🙂

  6. I will, of course, buy everything. Delighted to be reading all three of them soon.

    Any idea on when paperback/hardcovers will become available?

Comments are closed.