My Elbrus eBook has been one of my top sellers on Amazon, with buyers every month since publishing it. If you follow the Kindle Publishing program stats, that’s actually pretty good. I just released my Carstensz eBook “Carstensz, Stone Age to Iron Age” and already in the first 24 hours, I have a 5-star Review:
An unbelievable account that had me giggling, gasping, and in awe over what Mr. Miske went through. He made it easy to read for someone who knows absolutely nothing about climbing, I appreciated that. (Although I had to Google what “scree” was. Haha) Britney Spears makes an appearance, also some witty commentary that made me just shake my head at what life is like over there. Holy snot! It’s an amazing story. Finished it in one sitting while sacrificing sleep. I had to see him home and safe first.
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Obviously, I’m pretty stoked about that. I’ve arranged for my Elbrus eBook to be FREE for 24 hours on May 22. That’s Pacific Time, since Amazon has West Coast offices. Of course, it’s always free for Amazon Prime Members, so in addition to free video and free shipping, you can get free ebooks through the Kindle Lending Library. I love my Prime Membership. It’s great to check out books.
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I made a couple of brief references to my Elbrus eBook in the Carstensz ebook. Here’s an example:
When we landed in Timika they set up a stairway to the rear exit of the plane, and Darren and I had to work our way forward against the flow of exiting passengers to retrieve our overhead bags then deplane out the rear. We exited to a bus that carried us all to the terminal. The bathroom in the baggage claim area of the Timika airport looked amazingly like the one in Mineralnye Vody in Russia, gateway airport to Elbrus. There was a beautiful sunrise but I wasn’t able to get pictures. — Carstensz, Stone Age to Iron Age – Chapter Three