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First, you only have one review on Amazon, you need more rvweies to get more publicity.Second, it's been two years since you published. Have you thought about doing a second edition, like Acorns of the Soul: Part 2 ? You could re-cycle some of the old material and add a few new chapters. A fresh book is easier to publicize than a two year old book.Third, you need a publisher. Self publishing is fun, but you need an agent and a real publisher that will support your book, get you rvweies and generate publicity. Fourth, do you have a website? I saw the self publishing site, but you need a website (and/or blog) for yourself the author. I know people that get 500,000 hits/mo on their website/blog. That's huge. You could put up a new poem every few days. You could build a general poetry site That would give you readers (and maybe fans) Fifth, maybe you could make a short video of you (or someone you know) reading a poem. Upload it to YouTube and the other video sites. You might be able to generate some interest. What people don't know about the book business (and the music business) is that the REAL work starts AFTER you have completed the book (or album). Good luck.