This coming Monday and Tuesday, two of my eBooks that have been awarded 5 star seals by the respected site, Readers’ Favorite, will be free to download on Amazon Kindle.
First up, the controversial Jane Austen Fan Fiction novelette, ‘Longbourn Revisited’, which, despite reaching #1 (paid) on the Amazon Best Seller list in its genre, has managed to be loved by some readers, despised by others, and accepted with restrained enthusiasm by still more. Why not download it yourself and see what you make of it? However short in length, reviews are always welcome.
Secondly, a sweet romance set in the 1950’s, ‘Whatever it Takes’. This is a book for those with an hour or two to spare, who like to get to the end of the story without interruption. This title is set in two capital cities: London and Sydney.
This is the advertising banner I’ve made, to be uploaded to Facebook and Twitter on Monday and Tuesday.
It’s been unseasonably warm for Autumn here in Sydney, Australia, and what better way to cool off than splashing around in cool water…
This charming icon of Australian bird-life, the Laughing Kookaburra, is drying himself off after just such an experience in the little pool under the water bubbler in our local park.
In other news, my recently released title, ‘Uncertain Love’, has received its second review – this time from respected Goodreads librarian Marianne. And she liked it very much. _She’s also known as Cloggie Down Under). As luck would have it, this title is also right now a Countdown deal in the US and UK. Please spread the word, and help it make its very first sale!
‘Long and Short Australian Stories’ is unique among my short story collections in that its first and final stories are relatively lengthy.
On the other hand, in common with its stablemates, this book is filled with tales of sweet romance, making it a pleasant way to relax and fill in a few minutes (or longer), especially at bedtime.
For the first time, this title is free to download on Amazon Kindle. This offer is limited to the 15th and 16th January, 2016. (If you’re outside the US, it might be worthwhile checking the site even on the 17th since, in Australia, it often hangs over for part of the next day.)