Today I blew through author John Locke’s mega-e-book on how he sold a million books in five months. It’s a fast; fun read that brings out some valid points. First, he emphasized the importance of having an entertaining story. He went through some of the high-dollar mistakes he made that didn’t help sell his books, which I could definitely relate to. And when it’s all said and done, the recommendations are what social network specialists recommend, in general. Promote your work, but not just your work. It’s worth a read, but a lot of similar books are out there; just find the one that fits your situation. Mr. Locke’s ambition and persistence paid off. I say good for him. I’m not sure it’s a fit for everyone, but I don’t see a problem with looking at book sales directly for what it is. Four stars!