Two years ago today, I published my very first ebook on the Amazon Kindle: 99 Ways To Have A Memorable Wedding On A Shoestring Budget.
I published it as an experiment: could I do it?
That's all. It wasn't an earth-shattering manifesto nor was it intended to be.
I had a few people laugh and ask me why I could write such a book if I never planned a wedding. My answer is that this book isn't a wedding planning book. It shows 99 ways to cut costs on your wedding. Now, it only has one review--a two-star, also--which is disappointing because I've had a number of people e-mail me to thank me and to say how some of the ideas really did cut costs, for they were things they never thought of.
So, happy two-year birthday to 99 Ways To Have A Memorable Wedding On A Shoestring Budget.
Also, I have decided to expand my publishing platform to both Smashwords and Kobo Books. Links are as follows:
99 Ways on Smashwords
99 Ways on Kobo Books