Hi everyone,

I'm just getting started here and would appreciate any advice.  I've published 4 works via KDP, Smashwords and Createspace and have a FB page, Twitter and Goodreads page set up.  I think the next step for me would be arranging reviews (which I really need) and blog tours.  My genre is historical romance.  One of my books is a YA historical.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Scarlett

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I review historical finction novels. Take a look at my blog ellesfadedparchment.blogspot.com and read my review policy. Then if interested, please shoot me an email. Thank you

Elle

How nice of you!  Thanks.  I'll email you.  :)    BTW, I stopped by your blog (love it!) and joined.   Mine is at http://scarlettrainssistersoftheheartsblog.blogspot.com/

 Arrange some reviews,Interviews and contests. I review ya books :-) I'd love to help you. I also do Indie Monday on my blog let me know if you would like to be apart of it! it's away to get your books out there!

Thanks so much!  I'd love to. 



Here is an idea I'm trying.

I am giving away 17 Christian ebooks I have authored (PC only). None of them are novels but thoughts which I was told to call SHORTS before I started writing them. They are combined in ebooks. If you are interested, please choose from the selection below, and email me your selection(s). I will reply with the ebook(s) as an email attachment.

My email address is chaplainwinston1@yahoo.com
You can follow me at my blog, leave comments, and I will follow you.
http://www.chaplainwinston.blogspot.com

Instructions:

a) Click on the bottom right hand corner of the ebook to open it.
b) Click on the bottom right hand corner of the ebook to change pages.
c) Point the mouse pointer on the right side to choose a page number.
d) Point the mouse pointer on the upper right corner to close. When you
reopen the ebook it will be on the last page you were reading.
e) You can click on a SHORT in the table of contents in some ebooks and it
will go directly to that SHORT.

Ebook selection
1. I Can’t Write Left Handed Book One
2. I Can’t Write Left Handed Book Two
3. I Can’t Write Left Handed Book Three
4. I Like To Study Book One
5. I Like To Study Book Two
6. I Like To Study Book Three
7. I’m Perplexed
8. Life In The Spirit
9. Life Does Not Strike In The Same Place Going Once
10. Life Does Not Strike In The Same Place Going Twice
11. Life Does Not Strike In The Same Place Going Thrice
12. Poetically Correct
13. The Heart Of A Chaplain
14. Things I Write About Bible Love Stories
15. Things I Write About Women
16. Tithes, Offerings, And Sunday Sabbath
17. Worship Began In The Tabernacle

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