Yo ho ho!
I’m participating in a terrific free and 99c sale, so good, it’s just like Christmas, only without the mistletoe. Sorry, guys and girls.
There’s Mystery/Suspense, Romance, Paranormal/Fantasy, Humour (oh, all right then – Humor. Just this once, mind), Family/Inspirational/Heart-Warming, and there’s even some for Children. But this Christmas it’s mostly for grown-ups, the kids will have to wait till December.
My book is A Thrust to the Vitals, and it’s 99c. It’s under the Mystery section. You can’t miss it, because it’s the last in the section. 🙁
Here’s the link: http://stacyclaflin.com/promo/
PS I forgot to put the connection with the other Amazon sites. Sorry. I can’t put for all the other books in the Christmas in July promo as it was only done for the US site, but here’s my book, if you like mysteries:
If the promo price isn’t set on the book/s you’d like, just wait a while. These Global things are a swine to get the time right.
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
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.
Here’s thestoryreadingape, whom most of us know and love, in interview on the smorgasbordinvitation blog. Want to know a little more about our lovely Ape? Then read on. . .
And still there comes silence from the publishers’ best buddies! What a surprise.
David Gaughran hits the nail squarely on the head (yes, I know it’s a cliche, but it’s late, I’ve been working for thirteen hours straight, so blah). The propaganda machine of the publishing industry carries on as usual. Don’t be one of their victims. They’re ALL vanity publishers now.
If you want to put global links in your posts but don’t want to lose your Associates’ income, this is the way to go. The best of both worlds. I’m definitely going to give it a go.
With thanks to thestoryreadingape and Nicolas Rossis (originator).
What an amazingly prolific author Michael Jecks is! Makes me feel like a sloth.
He’s also branched out from writing his very popular historicals into thrillers. Is there no end to this man’s talents? (Gnashes teeth!).
With thanks to thestoryreadingape blog.
Can’t wait! David Gaughran’s bringing out his enormously helpful (and thoroughly updated) Second edition of Let’s Get Digital next week. And if you bought the First edition, this one’s FREE! Please support this savvy very generous Irish writer by sharing.
Language is a funny thing. And English is funnier / phunnier than most. Horseradish is another strange beast. Is it a particular favourite sauce amongst our equine friends? Is it made up of bits of horse-meat cunningly disguised? Perhaps we’re better not knowing . . .
I’m going to periodically try adding to this list of confusing words, just for the fun of it.
If you have some favourite barmy additions, put them in the comments.
This post could run and run.