Right now, my book CampOmigosh isn't selling very many copies. It's my own fault. When the
book was first released, lots of friends, family, and a few fans bought hard covers.
But a month later I was doing zero publicity, and now it's been out a whole
summer and I'm still not doing anything to generate momentum.
The thing is, I've moved onto other projects, mainly my graphic novel "DuckTown." The semester has begun, I've got five classes,
and very little free time. I've chosen to use my free time focusing on "DuckTown." I hope this isn't a mistake. CampOmigosh still needs love. It needs to have more proofreading
to weed out the last of the typos. And it needs to have an audience, which
means I need to invest time and maybe some money so that the book can gain more
On the plus side, Laurisa White Reyes has featured the cover on Middle Shelf,
so that's cool!