I'm an Amazon Top 1000 Reviewer! It sounds great, but I'm really not sure how I got there or how long I'll stay--or even how to stay. Rumors abound about reviews by authors disappearing. If my reviews vanish willI stop being in the Top 1000? Or does being a Top 1000 Reviewer help my reviews stay where they are?
Come to that, is 3 negative or average? I gave one book 3 stars and another reviewer accused me of trying to sabotage the author's career. But I've given others 3 stars and been thanked for my efforts.
Then there are ranks. Psalm Stories is ranked #2 in Amazon's Hot New Releases in children's religious efiction, but what does that mean? It was #1 in kindle free children's religious efiction for a while. But does that really make it a best-seller? Does it make me a top-ranked author? A best-selling author?
And now Psalm Stories is "ranked" 170,393 in the kindle store, but my question remains--I wonder what the numbers mean.
Psalm Stories... "contains a whopping 75 delightful Five-Minute Psalm Stories… one for each Psalm. And every one of them consists of a short but thought-provoking question, a marvelous story that illustrates a moral lesson, a closing observation or comment, plus a short, meditative prayer to wrap things up. Like every volume in the Five-Minute Bible Story™ Series, it will leave your children begging for 'just one more!'" Find it on Amazon at: http://www.amazon.com/Psalm-Stories-Five-Minute-Bible-ebook/dp/B00AQS1N0M/ and see what you think.