What's more exciting than receiving a free book? Giving six away!
This week, you can grab a copy of any of my books for FREE. That's right, dear readers, from Saturday, 10/13/18 through Thursday, 10/18/18, a copy of each one of my digital books will be available for free download on Amazon.
Q: "Which book will be available when?"
A: That's part of the fun.... You'll have to keep an eye on my author page on Amazon or on my Facebook or Twitter feed to find out!
Q: "Will your newest book be part of the giveaway, or is this just for older titles?"
A: Nope, all the books will be available for a single day, free of charge. Even Let the Dead Rest, my newest suspense novel, will be part of the giveaway.
Q: "So, how does it work exactly?"
A: On Saturday, 10/13, the first of my six novels will be available on Amazon for a free download. On Sunday, a new book will be featured for you to grab for free. And that will last six days, giving you the option of collecting my entire library of books for free. :)
Of course, if you don't want to wait, you can nab one right now. Or perhaps try the new Green Mountain Trilogy, a collection of three of my most popular supernatural suspense titles?
Why do you read? That's a question I posed over on my author's Facebook page recently. Stop by and weigh in!
For me, reading has often been a form of escape. I discuss why and when I needed this escape most in this recent vlog post:
If you're a fan of mystery and suspense (and I'm guessing you are, cause why else would you be reading this blog?!), then you might enjoy this short, 4-minute video on a fun mystery resource for readers.
Why YouTube why? Why do you always capture me making a dumb face for the still shot?
Really pleased to have been a guest at Tracy Reader Dad's blog recently, where I'm sharing more (yes, MORE) about Gothic suspense. Please stop by and check out the post. Leave a comment and you might be the one lucky winner of a digital copy of Let the Dead Rest! :)
Have you ever wondered what goes into writing a Gothic suspense novel or short story? What are the "must haves" to include? What sets Gothic suspense novels, stories or movies apart from other suspense or horror?
In my guest post over at The Misstery, I wrote all about this topic and answered these and several other questions. Pop over to my post on "Writing Gothic Suspense Novels," for a quick read.
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