Does look though that it's in good hands - what with Belinda and Kammi. Thank you sissies!
I don't have much of any importance to say. Do have a few cartoons that Dave Bishop has been kind enough to send me. One is of a cartoon that he did many years ago - and a recent re-make. Frankly, I think of them both as being excellent. I'm pretty sure that he'll appreciate anything nice you have to say.
Must admit to having a real bug up my ass with Smashwords. Don't get me wrong, I really used their manual - it was MUCH better than Lulu's when I starter publishing my books - but their Customer Support? Must be a daughter or something. Bloody pathetic. Maybe one of you guys can help?
My problem is this. Lulu publishes okay. Smashwords do as well. But Kindle? Blows them both away in sales. I really can't understand why this seems to be the case, when Smashwords publish to iBook - which is quite large as I understand it. What I don't understand is this. When I publish a book in Smashwords (as well as Lulu and Kindle) I'm asked to categorize it. The only things provided that make sense are "Fiction - Erotica - Male Erotica". I then add 'tags' such as "dominatrix, cross dressing, transvestite, sissy, sissies, male submissive ".
But when I go to iBook - I simply cannot find my bloody books anywhere - unless I search by putting one word from a title - THEN I can find any of my books that contain that word. Bloody stupid if you ask me. It may be the fault of Apple - but I wrote Smashwords to ask WHY their categories don't match iBooks. You should have seen the nonsensical reply I got. That woman hadn't READ my e-mail - I'm sure of it. (I managed a Customer Support group for a large Corp before I retired.) I'd have fired her ass so quick she'd have burn marks on her posterior.
Please don't get me wrong. Smashwords provides a marvelous help in most things - but their Customer Support sucks.
But my apologies - sometimes I get on a soap box and don't know when to shut up!