A number of you are asking about where to promote  your books. Here are a couple of sites you might want to check.

This site offers cover shots with the any link you want for $3.00 a cover.

http://jbpreviews.com/advertising/.

If you are writing romance, shape shifters, paranormal, erotica, m/m, etc. you might want to check out 

The Romance Studio which has a lot promotion ad sales going on right now.

Also, if you have a book selling on Amazon you might consider signing up on Amazon's Author Central where you can post your bio, book notes, and reviews. 

Authors can also have a page on GoodReads. Most of you probably know that already, but I just thought I'd mention it. 

Have a good one.

Jackie Weger

Beyond Fate 

No Perfect Secret

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I found two great FREE book promotion sites. Read my blog to learn more: http://meldacreates.com/blog/

*If you write a blog about the sites or link to your existing webpage then you get featured quicker :-)

Jackie,

Thank you for the help. I didn't know about GoodReads. I'll check it out for my book and my website cleanchildrensbooks.com. If you know of anymore places I would love to hear about them.

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