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Tuesday, 4 January 2011

Wild West eMonday - the aftermath

Did we sell many westerns?

Well, once can only hope but what is clear is that the day was a huge success. Total hits on the day totalled a grand 1,276 and with the overnight hits the total is now well over 2,000.

I would like to thank everyone who contributed:
Chap O'Keefe
David Cranmer
Nick Morton
Charles Whipple
Joanne Walpole
Chris Scott Wilson
George G. Gilman
Solstice Westerns
And of course those wonderful people at Black Horse Westerns

Also a big thank you to everyone who took the time to comment on the various posts that made up the day. I do hope many of you bought a western eBook on Wild West eMonday but remember for western fans everyday can be Wild West eDay. There's an endless stream of eWesterns being published so that readers never need be without a wild west fix. Leisure Westerns in the US are bringing out many new and classic westerns each month, Solstice Westerns is a new imprint that we'll soon be hearing more about and in the UK the well respected Black Horse Westerns imprint have taken their first tentative steps into the world of eWesterns. And that's not to mention the countless other publishers who carry westerns.

So until next time - keep the faith and remember, the western is the genre too tough to die.

2 comments:

David Cranmer said...

I thoroughly enjoyed being a part of WWeM and I still see comments arriving for my "Melanie" story.

Thanks, Gary!

Ray said...

An interesting day and I've summed it up.