I've concluded that book signings may produce a lot of attention and sales if the author is very well-known, especially nationally known. A large metropolitan area will also be helpful. So Stephen King in Madison, Wisconsin, or James Patterson in St. Louis will attract a bunch of people. Fred Waiss in Prairie du Chien, though, just clunks.
Slightly better news is that my story, "The Treasure of the Mountain King," as mentioned in the previous post, is available right now (as of Dec. 2) on the Reading Lamp tab of Page and Spine Magazine.
This is another short post, I'm sorry to say. It's been snowing all day and it appears to be trickling to a stop, so I have a lot of shoveling to do.
I want to repeat one request. If you read any of my books, and like them, please post a good review on Amazon.
I have no idea when the next post will come. It will depend on my required work hours.
Thank you all for reading.