Scheduling, I hate thee... #countdownsale
Why do I hate scheduling?
Because it never goes off the way I mean it to. That blog post that went up last night about the Countdown Sale? Yeah, it's too early. It ain't happening on schedule. Why? I guess Amazon had other ideas. So that was time wasted, and time wasted drives me crazy because I could be doing something constructive, like writing. Instead I'm having to fck with this blog and update you all as to the problem (instead of avoiding the problem to begin with). Why? I wanted the sale to go down at my leisure (as in today [*actually, no. I wanted it to go down yesterday!]), but Select's programming module only lets you schedule things beginning x amount of days in the future, usually two or three (I think it said) which means you have to get in there x amount of days in advance and set it up for some blind date in the future. (Future authors, listen up!) Which well, if you have to schedule marketing surrounding it and they need four years in advance notice (I'm only half kidding, there) that makes sense. But you know what? That's not the way I roll. When I want to get something done, damn it, I want to get it done now when I have the time to screw with it not six weeks from now when storm Pain in the Ass might (or might not) be hitting.
*sigh* Because you might think it takes no time to blog but yes. Yes, it does. (I've been working on this blog post for a good hour now. Time well spent? Feh. (Yes, dear Caitlin and Trevor, and Isaac, Ruth, Stacy and Aaron, I hear you. I'm coming...). Frustrating no?
So when I thought I was setting it to TODAY, the system decided I meant TOMORROW. I don't know about you but my calendar says it's the 16th. Somehow the sale date got changed overnight to the 17th. Will it show up tomorrow? I can only hold my breath and wait.
This glitch also adds to the kerfuffle about Select and their
I think. I hope. (Crossing all fingers and toes and eyes)
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