This morning, I overslept and was rushing like a maniac to get to work on time.
I got to work and checked my email, logged in, checked my files, and then started my day. I was on the phone, and on hold, so I got into Google Reader to check publishing blogs on my Blackberry while I waited.
And that’s when I saw it.
I had no idea that the trade paperback version of MYSTERY TIMES TEN had hit the Amazon bestseller list at #13 the week it was released.
The Kindle version was released last week. It hit #12.
Here’s the link to the publisher’s blog, announcing this.
Ten minutes after I found this out, I was scheduled to go to a legal seminar about the changes to Ohio sentencing law; not exactly the most entertaining of topics, although it’s always information that lawyers need to have. I’m sorry, Nick. The presentation was well done. I really tried to pay attention, and for the most part, I succeeded, but I kept thinking… “I just need to get home and do some more writing…” and then I’d have to fight to pay attention again. It had nothing to do with anything going on in the room and everything to do with the fact that I needed to be scraped off the ceiling. And I hadn’t even had caffeine yet for the day.