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robinjoywirth@redshadow67.com


A little story I forgot about...

Elevators

A little thing I wrote quite a long time ago, but I just decided it could use a home on RedShadow...


I hate elevators. Hate them, hate them, hate them!

Every time I get into an elevator, I become completely paranoid. Not just your run of the mill, average kind of paranoid, we're talking about borderline, psychotic type paranoid!

Especially when there are more than five people in the elevator with me. It's like some kind of magic number, knowing there are more than five. But think about it, if five is really bad, what about ten? I can't even breathe in an elevator with ten people in it—true story.

I can just feel all the other bodies surrounding me until I'm in this totally enervated ball of pure, unadulterated claustrophobic paranoia. My God in Heaven, there are ten persons in this elevator—what can we all be thinking to have all gotten in here together like this? I sometimes want to ask every other person in the elevator with me if they get nervous when they get in too, or if it's really just me, but I'm not really sure I want to know. Maybe it's better not to ask, don't you think?

I Love Feedback

Now that I've got you laughing, I wanted to tell you guys that for me writing isn't just about making money, but having the funds to pay the internet bill sure does help.

I've been trying lately to find more ways to advertise, attract readers, and all that, but it's tough. And I know why...because a lot of folks don't know about my books.

That all boils down to having no reviews.

So, I'm hearing a lot about how people don't want to go to amazon these days because of the whole 'had to have spent $50 before you can post reviews' thing. I want to seriously know where you readers (and writers) like to hang out, shop, buy books, the whole nine yards? Any kind of advice you want to offer, I'm currently all ears.

On that comment tool I made not too long ago there is a 'general comment' setting you could use over here:

https://www.redshadow67.com/abmf/survey/rjwsurv.php

or you could use the feedback form or the link to email me on any page you'd like in order to let me know. The insight would be extremely helpful! Thanks.

And, if you haven't yet picked up Captain's Caress, it is on sale for 99 cents from April 23-30 in the US kindle store. I placed a bit more about the book down there to give you a better idea what a delightful tale you'll be picking up if you do...(this sale ended)


More about Robin's Books...

https://www.redshadow67.com/b/rb/rjwbooks.php
https://www.amazon.com/author/robinwirth

Contact Robin Joy Wirth

948 S. Ainsworth Ave. #C
Tacoma, WA 98405
robin@redshadow67.com

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