Seems to be the same with me. I've do my blog at least three times a week, which goes to my FB and now my Twitter. I gifted a quite a few and nothing for reviews. I also think that maybe I haven't the genre right. I know my writing is horror (quiet or soft horror) and most of my stories has romantic elements, but still not selling. I've sold about 2 a month for the last couple months on Kindle. Smashwords is a little better, but not much! The blog tour seems to have been done to death. So, I wonder if it's even relevant anymore. Oh well, I'll keep on blogging on my site.Mike Dennis said:In February, I sold 19 copies (2 books out), but easily half of those were Kindle gifts I sent to people asking for reviews (I got none).
In March, I sold 46 copies (2 books out), but again half of those were in the beginning of the month when I was still Kindle gifting (no reviews).
In April, I sold 4 copies (2 books out).
In May, I sold 61 copies (3 books out), but 50 of those came from a spike caused by my KND appearance on May 12-13. After that, that particular book sold 0 copies the rest of the month.
Despite the fact that I have a website, a Facebook author page, have done numerous interviews, and I leave comments on a lot of blogs, I don't think I'm really doing this right. I can't seem to grab any sustainable numbers like a lot of those posting on this thread.