Here are some handsome chaps! Which one would you fancy for your Valentine? I’ve gone for No 1, but only because he looks so keen! With thanks to thestoryreadingape, Chris Graham, for playing Cupid!
Someone’s got to win!
So if you want to be in with a chance of winning a Kindle Fire or a $100 cash during February, you’ll find the link below.
You can also buy some awesome books at bargain prices (including Death Line, #3 in my Rafferty & Llewellyn British Detective series), though there’s no obligation to buy any book during the promotion.
My book has also been reduced in price at other Amazon stores (UK, Europe, etc) and at Kobo (though I don’t know if the same applies to the other books. You can choose to simply enter the kindle giveaway and then, if you decide to buy a book, just go to your own country’s site to purchase.).
You can enter this Rafflecopter Giveaway here: http://www.freekindlegiveaway.com/current-giveaways/
And here’s the Rafflecopter code:
READ TUESDAY is a Black Friday for book lovers. Bargains galore! Loads of authors, including yours truly, have books on offer for bargain basement prices tomorrow. Don’t miss out. Grab your bargains while they’re there to be grabbed!
Here’s the link to read more about it:
After BLACK FRIDAY, here’s another chance to get your book bargains!
BUT, YOU CAN ALSO WIN A KINDLE FIRE WITH KINDLE GIVEAWAYS! ALTERNATIVELY, YOU COULD WIN $139 PAYABLE VIA PAYPAL!
The Giveaway is via Rafflecopter. Here’s the code I’ve been given, if you need it (I haven’t done this before, so I hope you know what you’re doing!).
My latest digital mystery novel is one of the bargain buys, too.
ALL THE LONELY PEOPLE, my latest Rafferty & Llewellyn mystery series digital edition will be 99c / 77p for one day only: MONDAY 1 DECEMBER 2014.
EVERYWHERE, but KOBO, where my dashboard refused to let me price it below £0.99! Apologies to those with a Kobo eReader.
Here’s the Blurb
#12 of 15 in the Rafferty & Llewellyn British Detective Series
A Little Laughter. A Little Mayhem. A Little MURDER…
For readers who like cozy mysteries, humorous mysteries and police procedurals.
When Detective Inspector Joseph Rafferty visits his local pub for a quick drink, he’s looking to forget his troubles, not add to them. His ex-fiancée Abra is still refusing to talk to him, and he’s fast losing hope of a reconciliation. But Rafferty is not destined to enjoy his drink in peace. Because a man is found dead – stabbed in the pub’s car park – and a preoccupied Rafferty is to lead the investigation.
What a first appears to be an open and shut case quickly becomes a lot more complex. The witnesses all plead alcohol-induced amnesia, and Rafferty’s habitually cautious sidekick, Sergeant Dafyd Llewellyn, isn’t helping either—casting doubt on all of Rafferty’s conclusions.
And as Rafferty wrestles with the case, he also has to wrestle with Abra’s determination to avoid their problems. Soon, he is in despair on both counts…
The twelfth book in the quirky, not quite so Traditional British mystery series.
If you’re not interested in the Kindle Giveaway, the usual buy links are below.
AMAZON UK: http://qurl.com/k43ww
AMAZON US: http://qurl.com/3v9hb
It’s not quite finished yet, but it’s getting there. I’m using the services of Fausga (www.fausga.com) as my designer, though I suggested the spilt mug of tea and the wording on the mug. It seemed appropriate as my DI Joe Rafferty is always swilling the stuff.
I love the sliding elements at top and bottom. In theory, I’m supposed to be able to update them any time I want myself. Hmm. We’ll see how that goes! I did take a look at the area where I make the changes so that I could put up All the Lonely People, my latest digital release, but I backed away sharpish! I think I’ll need to edge very slowly into that, maybe with a bit of hand-holding from my designer. Terrified, if I make a hash of it, that I’ll muck up the whole shebang.
This is now officially a self-hosted website, via Hostgator. If I’ve understood things correctly (big if), I should be able to do a lot more with this site than I could when it was hosted as a freebie by WordPress. But don’t expect miracles overnight. It really will be a case of making haste slowly.
This sounds like the very book I’ve been searching for since I started my indie life.
I don’t know about you, but there are still a few questions I’d like answered even though I’ve been doing this now since the autumn of 2010.
There’s always so much to learn and keep on top of as changes come with such rapidity in this modern publishing age we need all the help we can get.