Today sees the release of two charity anthologies from eMergent Publishing, Nothing But Flowers and 100 Stories for Haiti. Both books are being released as part of a chart rush.
What is a chart rush?
Readers are invited to purchase a book on Amazon, in a nominated 24-hour period, with the intent to capitalise on the volume of sales to move the book up the Amazon best seller list. The higher up the chart it is the more visible it becomes to other readers who may go on to purchase it.
It’s all about exposure and the more people who come across 100 Stories for Queensland and Nothing But Flowers the more the books will sell, meaning more money raised.
So what are you waiting for
Proceeds from the sale of Nothing But Flowers go to the Gratham Flood Support Fund – for those of you not in Australia, Grantham was the tiny town in the Lockyer Valley which was smashed by the flash flooding. Nothing But Flowers includes my post-apocalyptic story ‘Driver and the Beautiful Highway.’
Proceeds from the sale of 100 Stories for Queensland go to the The Queensland Premier’s Flood Appeal.