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Hi again, all my family, friends, and followers. It was gratifying to see how many of you responded to my call for advice last week on Facebook. You can find me there at "Paul West Writer," "Paul West," and the title of my published novel, "BRIDGETOWN HIGH," plus some other Facebook closed sites which I appreciate their finding my posts and responding. To those of you who responded, I thank you.

If any of you who have not read BRIDGETOWN HIGH and would like to purchase a copy simply click the links and you'll be directed to Amazon.

I'm certain that with your help to spread the word about my book, the sales are sure to increase, and you'll have much enjoyment in your reading. Thanks to all of you for making these post possible.

About Paul West

Paul West is a freelance writer and novelist. Born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, Paul claims to be a "Prune Picker," though he now makes his home in Taylorsville, Utah.

You can follower him on Twitter: @PaulWWest

Published: Friday, September 20, 2019

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A fond hello to all my faithful followers, friends, and family

Today, I have a rather off-the-wall question for you.

As most of you know, I have a novel written (titled BRIDGETOWN HIGH) that has been published by a small, but good, publishing house. Unfortunately, I am as you also know, a writer and not a great salesman. Therefore most people don't know me very well, thus the book only sold a few hundred copies. The contract with my publisher is about to expire and I'm wondering what you think my chances would be of re-marketing it through an agent this time and thus through a major publishing house? I've had some great reviews on Amazon and Goodreads, as many of you know, but due to my rather unknown status it didn't sell as well as I think it should. Currently, as most of you also know, I am writing a sequel to it (working title: BRIDGETOWN MURDERS) that several of you have demanded.

Do you have any suggestions, or am I beating the proverbial dead horse?

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