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eBooks: writing and marketing

A group for people who write ebooks and self market them.

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2 New Historical Romances

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Amazon Kindle Book Promotion

Started by Zia Ahmad Apr 22, 2013.

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Comment by Kimberlee Jane on October 27, 2013 at 11:02am

http://www.amazon.com/Subfrenzy-Dominance-submission-Series-Kimberl...

An s/m Romance novel written by a passionate submissive with 6+ years of real-life bdsm experience. There's trust, respect, mutual admiration. There is No abuse or cruelty, just affection and warmth from dominant to submissive.

'Subfrenzy' is a book about about how real dominance and true submission affect one another, in a safe relationship.

-- Involves Dominant/submissive bdsm play, bondage, real dominance, true submission. There's pain-play with floggers, belts, also edgeplay (done safely), teasing, orgasm denial and control, all within the realms of a natural Dom/sub relationship. --
** No vulgar, crude writing **

Comment by Judy H. Wright on August 7, 2013 at 8:25am

How great to have connected with this group. Sometimes you feel like you are all alone in your little home office in Montana.  Wonderful to know there are others all over the world who will share and care about writing ebooks. You will find some of mine at http://amzn.to/kindlebyjudy  Would so appreciate trading buys and reviews with some of you readers and writers.

Comment by Basi Malatji on June 28, 2013 at 5:30am

Hi There

I am a South Africa who has recently published three books (paperbacks) with CreateSpace and ebooks with KDP. I have serious challenges of promoting and marketing my books throughout the US. The first two books are on small business development and the other is a 'children's' book. The books can be obtained from the following Amazon.com links:

 

Comment by Jeffrey Allen Davis on April 20, 2013 at 5:04pm

I'm looking for some reviewers with Kindles.  My YA novel, INVASION OF THE NINJA, is set for an "official" release date of 4/22, though it's actually already available here:

http://www.amazon.com/Invasion-Ninja-Adventure-Chronicles-ebook/dp/...

If anybody has a Kindle and would like a free mobi file for review purposes, drop me a line at <jeffreyallendavisATgmail.com>.  Here's the book description:

Jamie and Yoshi are late twentieth century members of the Funakoshi ninja clan who were trained by Yoshi’s uncle, Tanemura Funakoshi. When the Waruiyatsu, a sinister clan with an ancient grudge, attack Jamie’s high school and hold his classmates hostage in an effort to bring Tanemura and his two students into the open, Jamie and his clan sister are forced to attempt a rescue. 

Going along are a close group of friends, each with his own interest in the fighting arts. From Dave, whose muscle-bound frame and love of a good scuffle are overshadowed by his cheerful personality and kind heart, to Buster, whose Bible is his greatest weapon, each of their friends has a loyalty to them and each other that is stronger than the Waruiyatsu can ever fathom.

This is a story of courage, friendship, and faith ....

Comment by Theresa Danley on December 6, 2012 at 4:20pm

What good can come from writing a book?

 

http://effigy-blogs.blogspot.com/2012/12/what-good-can-come-from-wr...

 

I hope you will share.

Comment by Theresa Danley on July 4, 2012 at 2:42pm

Just Released!

While on the hunt for two missing colleagues in Mexico, anthropologist Anthony Peet barely escapes a cenote collapse with his life while his student, Lori Dewson, is lost to a watery grave. Reeling from the tragedy, he is forced to continue his search, which quickly leads to the trail of a stolen reliquary cross rumored to have direct access to God. Little does Peet realize he’s centered himself between two opposing paramilitaries gridlocked in their own clandestine war.

Combed from the land where even gods are known to fall, subtle clues sweep Peet from majestic Mayan pyramids to Izapan mythology to the Long Count Calendar’s cosmology. Secrets are as entangled as the tropical forests and unraveling them requires wading through the emotional jungle of his own heart. In this world, truths are distorted every step of the way and Peet must determine which friends cannot be trusted, which enemies to befriend, what finds were never lost and which losses should never be found.

From the author of EFFIGY comes the sequel adventure, DEITY – “Science Resurrects The Gods.”

Comment by Jeffrey Allen Davis on May 18, 2012 at 8:53pm

I'm offering my book, Lily's Redemption, for free on Smashwords this weekend.  Use code KA98L.  If you enjoy it, please leave a review.

"Since the night his wife was killed in a car accident, novelist Thomas Bradford has dedicated his life to his young daughter, to his writing, and to Christ. But when Kassandra Moore, a lovely young woman from California, moves to his Missouri town and begins attending his church, he is surprised to find himself falling for the new Christian.

"Life seems to be getting better for the widower. But who is the stranger who has started following him around in the blue Corvette? Is it an obsessed fan . . . or something worse? And what does this person have to do with a missing missionary and Tom's new girlfriend?"

Comment by Linton Robinson on February 17, 2012 at 9:13am

Oooo, more stone calendar stuff!   Well, it's the year for it

Comment by Theresa Danley on February 17, 2012 at 9:06am

Want to take a sneak peek into EFFIGY? Read the prologue here -http://www.theresadanley.com/prologue.shtml

Comment by Linton Robinson on August 4, 2011 at 2:57pm
Some of you probably know I’ve been on a long time novel project called MAYAN CALENDAR GIRLS, part of team of writers called “Team 2012”. It was an online serial for a year, very popular; then a much-awarded, highly innovative, commercially useless ebook: now it’s a paperback, and an official Kindle eBook.
I’m pretty thrilled about this: it’s the wildest, coolest book I’ve been on yet. Unique, quirky, adventurous, romantic, funny…and plenty of cheesecake. But also because it’s the first chance I’ve had to offer my many fans, adorers, and camp-followers around here a chance to read my stuff inexpensively. Or, better yet, expensively—buy several of the paperbacks or you won’t be able to live with yourselves.

The cover image by Robin Crandall says it all: ancient schemata meet contemporary sexy, kicky cheesecake Calendar Girls. It’s a romp, something to delight fans of Tom Robbins, Christopher Moore, Robert Anton Wilson, comics from the innocent days of Playboy and Penthouse (Annie Fanny and Wicked Wanda would fit right in with our Girls)…and, of course the golden age of girly calendar art and logos on flying fortresses.

It’s got stoned crystal skulls, dolphin love, Obama’s talk show, industrial spies hooking up, dancing—both fire and pole) and quite a bit of action adventure, romance, and all that archaeology stuff. The website makes it pretty clear what you’re dealing with, and so far the entire book is still online to be read.
http://mayancalendargirls.com
If nothing else, check out the artwork and Mayan myth videos.


The books are available at all online stores including amazon.com, on order from book stores in most civilized civilizations, and gettable from theKindle store

Let me know what you think.
Anybody who posts a good review on amazon.com, show me and I’ll send you a copy of the amazing ebook (only works on Windows, sorry to say. But I’ll do you right with some other nifty freebie)

Thanks for your attention. Hope you like Mayan Calendar Girls.
 

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