That, ladies and gentlemen, was one of the most thrill-inducing rides of my life.
I seriously expected to make it into the top 1000 on Amazon Kindle, and when I went to bed at 1009 Paid in Kindle Store, I was perfectly content and happy.
Then Larry Correia dealed himself and his fans into it.
Oh, my dear and fuzzy gods.
When I finally went to bed, my little scribbles were at #87. I am informed that they got up to #82 in the wee hours.
There has been much hyperventilation on my part.
Thank you, my friends. I knew that my little brain-droppings were popular to a small segment of the Internet, but I honestly didn't think they'd have much appeal outside of my regular Gentle Readers.
I've been somewhat cured of that misunderstanding.
And I'd especially like to thank Peter Grant, Dorothy Grant, Jim Curtis, Larry Correia, and all of Larry's fans.
If you'd like to thank them for dragging me kicking and screaming into writing books, well, nothing says "Hey, thanks" like buying their books.
Of course, the biggest "Thank you" goes to the lady the book is dedicated to.
Okay. News, since y'all seem to be interested.
The next LawDog Files will be out somewhat quicker than I had thought -- I'm collating and editing it now.
The dead-tree copy is due by mid-August; and I wonder if y'all would be interested in an audio-book?