My little stepfuckers have made it to Amsterdam 🙂 #6 in the series as they galivant across Europe, for as long as you all fund their travels! I can see another four stories before it’s time to wrap it up with a HEA.
Doing the math, I think the series is still going strong. It’s tough to say because each one “debuts” with less sales/borrows than the last, but, averaged out over time, #1 – #5 all average out to around 20 borrows/10 sales a day.
The borrows are the only ones seen here as that’s where the money is at 1.33+, vs. .35 for the sales @.99.
I super suck at math, but this looks to me like maybe I should keep on keepin’ on?
(cramming words in here to make WordPress behave and push the table below the picture…)
Kyle’s New Stepbrother 511 929 1/8 19/day average
Kyle’s New Stepbrother II: 323 739 1/23 21/day average
Kyle’s New Stepbrother III: 328 640 1/26 20/day average
Kyle’s New Stepbrother IV: 295 565 2/3 24/day average
Kyle’s New Stepbrother V: 131 293 2/14 23/day average
Kyle’s New Stepbrother VI: 1 12 2/26
I’m still adjusting to the “clockless” life of a writer, but in a good way. The days have been full, and I’ve been able to get some “Adam Vance” work in as well as my new day job as Brad 🙂 I need to start thinking in terms of what I’m going to do for the next month instead of the next day. I was just careening from one day to the next, never knowing what my stress/energy levels will be, a lot of which was based on how the job made me feel on any given day – was it a day with interesting work, or was it a dreary assembly line day? Not being able to forecast my internal weather, thanks to that outside force, kept me from making a long term plan that required calm, focus and energy. Well, that’s over!