How are your books set apart from other romance books? What makes your books unique?
I write entirely from the heroine’s perspective. I do this to completely immerse the reader in the heroine’s life. The pull and push between hero and heroine is more exciting when, as the reader, we don’t always know what the hero is thinking and feeling. Some mystery is a good thing. I feel like this makes their romance much more exciting.
Do you still give away free copies of your book Clingstone?
Yes! The monthly giveaway contests are temporarily on hold but will resume in mid-2017. Currently I am accepting requests for a free copy of my book in exchange for writing an honest review on Amazon. As a newly published author seeking exposure, honest reviews are invaluable to potential readers. The more reviews my book receives, favorable or unfavorable, the better! If interested in this exchange, feel free to get in touch with me via my contact page.
What is the book format that you give away?
I give away the ebook format, provided as an Amazon gift and sent to your email address.
Is there a time limit in which I need to write my review?
No. This is a voluntary exchange and there will be no follow-up after the book is given away. If you agree to honestly review my book in exchange for a free copy, your timeline is your own.
What, exactly, do you mean by an honest review? If I’m getting the book for free, don’t you want only positive reviews?
I want readers to leave honest reviews, whether those reviews are positive or negative. Two people can read a book but have very different impressions of that book, and so I’m asking for sincere reviews only. I will never be insulted by an unfavorable review. Everyone’s perspective is their own!
If I participate in this exchange, do you keep my email address?
No. I will delete your email address once Amazon has confirmed that you collected your free copy of Clingstone.
Are you working on a new book?
Yes! I’m currently working on an historical romance centered around a young woman’s nomadic travels on the Mississippi River circa 1828. I’m anticipating its release spring or summer 2017. It’s tentatively titled Watermark.
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