I can't agree with Mark more. The truth is that an author, no matter how well known or infinitesimally recognized, has a better chance getting his name and written works out in public by making them available on many forums, publishing sites, bookstores, not just one. Spread the wealth, as the saying goes. If I go to Barnes & Noble and see a specific book on a sale table or on a bookshelf while I'm browsing a specific genre, and then I go down the street to Cozy Corner Bookstore and start browsing again through the same genre and the same book and author's name appear once again, that's two times the exposure. It's the same in the online industry. Don't allow yourself to be put in a corner. Make sure your works are in all four corners and the middle of the room. Submit to all publishing sites and watch the magic! I have my first book announcement posted here at www.readrwwilliams.com. Do I think it will see a whirlwind of attention? No. It has to be posted at all ebook sites, along with personal marketing. When "A Deadly Suggestion" launches February 1st, it will be launched on every site available. That's exactly why trucking companies have their name splattered on the side of their trucks. You're on the freeway and see a truck and the company name and logo. An hour later you see another truck with the same ID. What happens? A truck you never would even give a second look at suddenly reminds you you saw a truck from the same company hours earlier. The same with books. The more places your book is seen, the more often people become familiar with your name and your books. So spread yourself around like a seed and watch the garden blossom!