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Dear Sir I’m Yours 10,000 Milestone

I got my Samhain royalty statement this weekend and I’ve been happy-teary ever since because Conn hit a significant milestone.  After its release in June 2009, Dear Sir, I’m Yours has sold 10,000 electronic copies!  I’m just stunned, honestly.  It’s absolutely amazing to think that more than 10,000 people have read a story I wrote.

From the bottom of my heart, thank you to each and every one of you who’ve read about the sexiest English teacher alive and went on to read about his wicked brother Victor…and hopefully their incredibly complicated sister, Vicki.

12 thoughts on “Dear Sir I’m Yours 10,000 Milestone

  1. You wrote some amazing characters in that series. Since I read your free read Letters I was hooked and have happily referred you to all my friends. You have quickly become an auto buy for me. Xoxoxo

  2. Dawn, thank you so much! That means so much to me.

  3. Holy crap, Sis! That’s AMAZING! *throws confetti and gives madskeelz hugs*

  4. Congrats Joely! :throws confetti: That is just awesome!

  5. That’s awesome and well deserved. Its an awesome story.

  6. Wooooooooooooooooooooooot congratulations!! This is so awesome. I loved Conn!

  7. *MOAR CONFETTI!* So happy for you Joely, Congrats!!

  8. I love that story! I’ve read it at least 3 times since I purchased it. Think I’ve read “Hurt Me So Good” at least that many times, also. Anxiously waiting for Vicki’s story.

  9. Hugs to each and every one of you! Thank you so much for hanging around my blog and giving my books a try!

  10. WooT!!! Congratulations, Joely!! How exciting! What a fabulous book and fabulous series! I’m truly so happy for you!! *hugs*

  11. Will you write Mason’s story? I need to admit to loving all that lovely jargon he throws around. Poetry may be all well and good, but a hot nerd who plays with sharp blades just makes me hot. 😈

  12. Kyrias, quite possibly! I love Mason too, and it would definitely be fun to throw around more math jokes!

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