Publishing a book isn't easy but it means the world to an author when the book they wrote and worked hard on is found, and purchased, and the best is to see that sales have happened. This is when we jump for joy that someone has done something, other than say that your work seems interesting.
The best was seeing that there are sales in a niche market, and writing about Transylvania has always been a niche market no matter what. It took time to grow this blog, and like any other niche market there were days when I wondered if writing about Transylvania Romania was worth it. Thanks to readers I know it was.
In Search of The Lost Ones is having a great couple of days on Amazon.ca.
Most of my readership were trilled to learn that yes they can buy this book in Canadian Prices... and this made a huge difference in sales. In fact, this afternoon I looked and found that In the European History section on Amazon my book was ranked as number 11. I think that is a big bonus... but...
That comes from people like you, our readers here on Things About Transylvania, and buying the book. With this in mind, I have two very important words to say to you:
Become a Follower of Things about Transylvania, and read In Search of The Lost Ones: The German Soldiers of Transylvania in the Second World War and Their Stories and on Kindle In Search of The Lost Ones: The German Soldiers of Transylvania in the Second World War and Their Stories you can also find it here and here