I have no job, and keep odd hours

Well, it’s just occurred to me now after all these years I really do not have a job and have kept odd hours just as long.  Like most writers I work alone and at night (almost 4am now)

I was told successful writers, write and that in order to sell books, I need to write them.  I chuckle at the simplest of things that are important and I loose sight off in my frenzy rush to accomplish little.  I am glad I write for me and not money but the exposure I am spending each opportunity to increase.

My longwinded point, rather request is to ask you in your opinion could you please help me with something. 

I am certainly not asking you to find my novels audience, and it has been weeks of posting and I am absolutely sure I have not hit it yet.  My question is do you have any advice or suggestions as to how I can tighten down my target to a specific 1 or 2 groups?

Oh Boy!  :0)


Thank you



4 responses to “I have no job, and keep odd hours

  • sunnieday50

    Good morning my early bird friend. I attempted to post but may end up with two commenta but I could not see the other one so here goes again…lol…I was thinking how inspiratioal your book would be to many who struggle with addictions. Maybe finding groups on facebook that may benefit from your book…emailing organizations that may offer your book in their librairies…just a few thoughts. Self promotion is alway the hardest for me too…wishing you a blessed Sunday. Love and hugs….xoxo

  • Daniel

    That is the riddle, isn’t it? I’ve written a horror novel, but surprisingly, the most attention I’ve gotten for any of my blog posts has been two inspiration pieces that really just came out of the blue. Perhaps you can turn your experiences into a way to help people, and that will attract them to other areas of your blog. You’ve at least gain one more follower here.

  • kimberlyswritings

    Sunnie, those are such great ideas, of course stealing them and telling everyone they are mine LOL
    Thanks bunches, off to test the waters

  • kimberlyswritings

    Daniel, your a hoot! It’s just venting scribbles lol
    having trouble finding how to follow you-but i won’t give up
    thank you again

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