Suspense Novel “Liars’ Games” is on Free Promo–Get Your Copy

Originally posted on Susan Finlay Writes:

Liars’ Games is on free Kindle promo on Amazon for five days–today thru Wednesday. The book is the first in a new suspense series called Project Chameleon.

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The protagonist is a young college professor whose life has been in turmoil ever since she went into witness protection. She is worried about protecting her little boy, and worried about messing up her cover story because she knows she is a terrible liar. She’s already messed up her first new identities. Now she is starting another new identity, and her situation is worse than she could ever imagine.

I hope you’ll read Liars’ Games. The Kindle version is free!!! I am currently working on the second book in the series. It will crossover or intertwine with my mystery series, The Outsiders.

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Unelmoija Giveaway by Elle Boca

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:

Today I have the pleasure of continuing my one-year anniversary giveaway with the help of my friend and fellow fantasy author, Elle Boca. You may remember the talented author of the Weeia series from my September interview of her, or my post on her Fantastic World.

So, anyone who leaves a comment below between today and December 7 will receive a free copy of one of Elle Boca’s urban fantasy ebooks – your choice! You can choose between these four great books:

Elle Boca’s Bio:

Elle Boca
Elle is the author of the Weeia urban fantasy series set in Miami, Florida in the United States: Unelmoija: The Dreamshifter and Unelmoija: The Mindshifter. Unelmoija: The Spiritshifter, the third book in the Weeia Series, was recently released.

Growing up the only child of a monkey mother and a rabbit father she learned to keep…

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Spotlight Sunday

Originally posted on Tiana Lopez:


Lauren Lola

Hometown/Location: San Francisco Bay Area, CA.

Do you recall how your interest in writing originated? 
To be honest, not really. I don’t know if there was ever really a moment in time where I made the decision that writing was what I was meant to do. I think I’ve always known, since day one. My great aunt met me when I was six months old during her final trip to the United States (she was from the Philippines), and my dad recalled how she said that I am “a real Lola” and that I have “the hand of an artist.” I guess the art she was referring to was the art of storytelling.

Why do you write?
I write to speak; to tell stories. I’ve never been that big of an oral talker, and so writing has been more so my strength of expressing communication from an internal…

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Putting The Self Into Self-Publishing

Originally posted on Have We Had Help?:


More from Derek Haines’ blog

As Indies, we do it all. So, why does the traditional publishing establishment continue, on a daily basis, to sneer down on self-published authors and hand out advice that self published authors need to hire an editor, a cover designer, a copy editor and professional proof-reader? Why not add a bloody tea lady?

Putting The Self Into Self-Publishing.

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Time-saving Tips for using stockphoto sites (plus casting for Fate Accompli)

Originally posted on MM Jaye writes...: - Picture by stockfoto-graf – Picture by stockfoto-graf

I’ll start with a fact: I’m a cover junkie. Whenever I’m browsing Amazon, and my eyes fall on a great-looking cover, I find my forefinger’s pad tingling to tap the “Buy with 1-click” button. And then I have to force myself to consider my monthly book budget; if it’s the beginning of the month, I’m toast!

When I decided to go down the self-publishing route, I knew that one of the perks was that I got to decide what my cover would look like. No generic stockphoto images that screamed “hot romance” would do for me—an established practice for the majority of romance imprints. I needed the characters I created, nourished and came to love to find the perfect casting, and the Casting Director job would be mine and mine alone. Plus, having no big publisher promoting me, I needed the resulting cover to stand…

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Meet Guest Author Gabrielle Dela Cruz

Meet Guest Author Gabrielle Dela Cruz

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog..... An Author Promotions Enterprise!:

Hey everyone! (with a Youtube beauty guru perky tone.)

Today we’re going to talk about a story of a fifteen year old redhead, but before everything else, I just want to introduce myself to you guys.

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My name’s Gabrielle Dela Cruz and I’ve been a copywriter before trying to write books. I was just… tired of it. Writing about knitting and the next hour, about the President of China is just too unhealthy for the brain so I applaud the copywriters out there who are able to keep their sanity.

I’m from Manila, I’m 24 and still living with my mom (Well I’m single and she doesn’t want me to go.) with my brother, a cousin, a white poodle and countless adopted cats.

I grew up in the tropics but somehow, I remain pasty. I don’t even know why I’m talking about this, I guess before I start to ramble…

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The Blue Diamond by @PSBartlett A Top 10 of the Year from @KindleNinja Book Reviews!

The Blue Diamond by @PSBartlett A Top 10 of the Year from @KindleNinja Book Reviews!

Originally posted on Lit World Interviews:

That’s Right!

LitWorldInterviews Very Own

PS Bartlett

The Blue Diamond: The Razor’s Edge

Is one of the Top 10 Books of the Year



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