Do you enjoy reading fantasy? Have you read any of my books, and want to read more? My newest book, The Yaphe will be ready for download on July22nd. Hopefully I will have ten reviews posted by the 23rd.
THIS IS HUGE!
I have never written fantasy before, but this story, God had put on my heart to write and I want you to celebrate with me. I will also have an author friend who will help me host the last hour. It's a two hour event! There will be prizes and giveaways! Someone could win of these days! Wouldn't that be exciting?
And if you haven't read the Yaphe, you could win a copy of my e-book. I personally gift it to you. There are a few more prizes in store but you have to join to find out. I try to plan this event where everyone is not in bed or just woke up. Just click the first photo (the forest) and it will take you to the event.
Help me celebrate
It has taken me maybe five years to release this book and now it's here! Thanks to my editor Martha Reineke for excellent editing. Come join my event. I have linked it to my readers group because without them, I would not have this event at all. If you enjoy my books, you are welcome to join my readers group.
If you have read my books, and have not left a review, now is a good time to do so. They help readers decide if my book is worth reading or not.
It is hard to believe that a great book as mine has only racked up four reviews. Why? It's not that I haven't promoted it. I paid for the Fussy Librarian to promote it and only four people downloaded, but none reviewed it. Nevertheless, I persevered. If readers are thinking it is the same book with lack of editing and professionalism, they are wrong. Over nine years ago, my book began as Marge. I created the story out of my feelings and experiences in being in my father's house, but some people didn't like the long drawn out captivity and others complained the story lacked editing skills and it didn't show, so I took it down and had planned to rewrite it and have a developmental editor to work on it.
When, I finally got the time, I used the skills I learned to show and not tell my story. The readers likes the uses of the sensory and I don't blame them. I do too. When I had the money to pay for an editor, I signed a contract and worked with her to improve my story. On May 4, 2020, I re-release A Second Chance at Love, with a new cover!
The woman in the background is the one who help reunite the two and help Marge close to God. Marge had walked away from him after the men in her life had hurt her. Here is what readers had to say about A Second Chance at Love:
."..This story shows how God's love can change a person's heart as well as all the hearts around her. It's an inspiring read for all. I truly enjoyed reading this story!" Pastor Janet Fears D.D
The sale actually started Sunday night, but it is still going on. Click the image above and it will take you to download site. And please when you finish reading, leave a review at Goodreads and Amazon. If you are a blogger, feel free to blog about it (but only if you enjoyed the book)
I am working tomorrow, but I'm going to have a give away. Click on the giveaway tab and you can enter to win a $10 gift card or a signed paperback book of your choice: A Second Chance at Love, The past Hunter, Baby Blues or A Man for Beth.
You can't go wrong with that!
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