Kindle-Ready: ‘His Mercy Endureth Forever’

His Mercy Endureth Forever (Bell Mountain Book 12) by [Lee Duigon]

My new Bell Mountain book, His Mercy Endureth Forever, is now available from amazon.com in Kindle format (https://www.amazon.com/Mercy-Endureth-Forever-Bell-Mountain-ebook/dp/B088SKJP68/ref=sr_1_1?crid=13ZUVJRLUXC5Q&dchild=1&keywords=lee+duigon+his+mercy+endureth+forever&qid=1590841881&sprefix=70+per+cent+%2Caps%2C297&sr=8-1). Yeesh, look at the size of that link…

It’s on the same page as a “hot fantasy romance.” I am sure I’m better off not knowing any more about that.

The Kindle price is $4.99–the price of a box of chocolate brownies at the Stop & Shop.

Let’s see if I can sell any.

Culture Rot T-Shirt

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Maybe I shouldn’t have posted this picture; but that’s what they had on amazon.com, to sell this product. “Daddy’s Little Slut” t-shirt. Pure, undiluted culture rot.

Amazon has removed the shirt from its site, since the public found out about it and objected rather strenuously (https://www.foxnews.com/lifestyle/amazon-daddys-little-slut-tshirt).

Now, I don’t have to convince anybody this was bad, do I? Well, maybe I do, or the shirt wouldn’t have been up there in the first place. What kind of moral imbecile produces or buys a thing like this?

We can’t keep doing things like this to our culture. If we do, we’ll kill it; and it will take us down with it. There is a reason we have no record of any civilization founded on total sexual anarchy. If such a thing ever existed at all, it didn’t last long enough to leave a record.

We didn’t get into this mess by following God’s Word.

‘The Thunder King’: Rescued!

I guarantee you won’t be able to sell many fantasy/adventure novels if they’re packaged as books on “Labor & Industrial Relations.” Such has been the fate of the paperback edition of my fantasy novel, The Thunder King, on amazon.com.

How this could have happened is beyond anyone’s power to explain.

But thanks to the two amazon.com reps who helped me this morning, I am overjoyed to report that this problem will soon be taken care of. Sometime next week, The Thunder King, No. 3 in the series, will be categorized as “fiction, science fiction and fantasy, Christian fiction” along with the other seven in my Bell Mountain series.

“I don’t see how you could have sold many copies of this book as ‘Labor & Industrial Relations,'” said the rep at amazon’s Author Central. I think that must be the understatement of the year.

I could tell this error was hurting my sales. With all the other books, the numbers go up and down. But for The Thunder King the numbers never, never changed. It never bettered the rank of 3 million-and-change. Ugh!

Anyway, now it’s going to be fixed, and I pray I finally sell some copies.

What Is Amazon.com Trying to Tell Me?

The Thunder King is Book 3 of my Bell Mountain series, and amazon.com has dunked it into a mystery. Can any of you help me figure it out?

The Thunder King is, of course, a fantasy-adventure story for readers 12 years old and up. Click “Books” at the top of this page and check it out–you’ll soon get the idea.

Why, then, has amazon.com got this book listed under Labor & Industrial Relations? Where it is not doing very well, I hasten to ad. By the way, this is only with the paperback. They are aware that the kindle version of the book has absolutely nothing to do with labor and industrial relations.

Is this why my sales are off? People look it up on amazon.com and think it’s about collective bargaining or grievances?

Yo, everybody! I promise The Thunder King will never, never get into discussions of how to allot overtime, how to cope with a drunken shop steward, or contract negotiations. Promise, promise, promise! Not that those subjects are unworthy of examination–but if you’re looking for high adventure in an unfamiliar world full of strange beasts and dangerous human beings, well… that we have.

I would ask amazon about this, but I have no idea how to put a question to them.