Jimmy ‘Guitar’ Velvet isn’t even a has-been; he’s a never-was. After a short trip to the bottom of a river, Jimmy undertakes the adventure of a lifetime. The celestial bureaucracy ships him to Rock ‘n Roll Heaven, where he meets the true icons of rock ‘n roll — and learns that even ‘heaven’ is relative. But, what impact can a small-timer like Jimmy make on the biggest stage in the universe? If you remember the music of Buddy Holly, Elvis Presley, Jim Morrison, Roy Orbison and Janis Joplin, you will find much that resonates in Rock ‘n Roll Heaven.
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I’m an Indie author, with only a shaky grip on the whole concept of Marketing, however I recently stumbled across something that really resonated with me as a reader:
‘We are all competing for clock share. First our work has to be worth our audience’s time; only then can we talk about trying to get some of their money.’ – Tom Simon, Clock share: Writers vs. the competition, February 2, 2015
The context for this comment was a discussion about pricing, and the value of ‘free’, or to be more exact, the devaluing of free.