Today, I finished the write for Draoithe: Synner and Sainte. It is a Forbye. It will be $.99 and it looks like a tentative publish date is Dec. 12. It is Draoithe's version of a Christmas story, but the edit still has to happen.
Enough of that. What this is really about is search engine optimization. It is still Greek to me. But I have to say Thank you to my brother for helping me get the web page verified by Google. (Like should that not be automated when you pay for a website?) Seven hours later, a lot of ridiculous snapshots of computer screen images, and a billion google hangouts messages, my brother fixed my web page issue.
This all started because I found out about keywords for Amazon. (Thanks to Dave Chesson and Kindlepreneur.) I got to wondering if keywords worked on other things. I had to add them to the book trailer for Draoithe: A Pack Forms. So that led to an understanding that I needed keywords all over the place. (like each individual page of this website.) But that in turn led to search engine optimization. (Which I still do not understand.)
Having said that, I think I should get back to what I do understand. The dream and Draoithe. Book nine Draoithe: Fire and a Gryphon is on pre-order on Kindle. It is coming out Nov. 25. Buy yours early and have your reading material for the holiday week already to go.
Welcome to Ophelia Kee Speaks. This is a blog chronicling my independent author walk. The journey into the dream has been a life-changing experience as I try to become a full-time writer and leave the professional world behind me. In my blog each day, you will find information on the ‘behind the scenes’ for writing contemporary adult fantasy fiction and paranormal romance stories set in the dream. I will speak on topics detailing with my writing, publishing, promotion, and marketing as well as social media dealing with my books, book trailers, book launches, book art, music, audio, and video, as well as shameless self-promotion. I am not an expert and am not claiming to be one. I am simply one writer offering a glimpse of my struggle to become a successful independent author. Thank you for considering my words. All rights reserved.