“Streaks of Blue” has raised $11.27 so far for the Newtown Memorial Fund

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Here’s an update on Amazon sales since “Streaks of Blue” was published on 9-27.
Seven paperbacks have sold on Amazon so far. That is my best month since I started publishing on Amazon in May with “Queens are Wild.” My royalty is $3.22 on every paperback for net proceeds of $22.54. That means I pledge $11.27 so far to the Newtown Memorial Fund.

There is a greater lag time on e-book sales, but so far two people have told me they bought the book on Apple iTunes and two others did so on Kindle. I’ll pass along those royalty/pledge figures when they are reported to me.

As an indie author/publisher, every sale is a well-earned victory. Thank you to those who have bought “Streaks of Blue” and I plan to donate half of whatever proceeds the book has reaped on the first anniversary of the Newtown shooting, 12-14-13. For more info, visit www.newtownmemorialfund.org

Below are numerous purchase links for the book, which is now available virtually everywhere online and at Amazon for the paperback version:



Barnes & Noble:












2 thoughts on ““Streaks of Blue” has raised $11.27 so far for the Newtown Memorial Fund

  1. john pansini says:

    I bought my copy at iTunes. Have not started it yet. I’m waiting until I can devote my full attention to it. It is a worthwhile read.

  2. Thanks John! I look forward to your feedback when you get to read it. And now you’ve got an update on the sales numbers. A few more people told me they bought it on Kindle. It’s still a struggle, even with half the proceeds going to a good cause.

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