A few days ago, Right Off the Bat was sitting marooned on a sandbank in the Amazon delta at 4,998,000-odd in terms of its rankings. We check in today, and lo and behold, a stiff breeze has filled its sales and it’s moved up the mighty bookstream to number 254,247 at this writing—and that’s without the book finding safe harbor on the shelves or anchoring itself in some electronic device. Like all authors, we’re the last to know or understand what’s happening. But we’re very grateful that our stately galleon is underway.
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