I had no idea there was such a thing as a "Read an E-Book Week", but given that we have days to celebrate everything under the sun, it doesn't sound like a bad idea after all.
In fact, I think it is the perfect opportunity for new authors to get the proverbial foot in the door and introduce their books. Many people are scared to buy books from authors they haven't read before, and who can blame them? We all agree that $10 to $20 are a lot of money to spend on a book you know nothing about.
But what if that price is suddenly reduced to $2.99? While every penny counts, many people can afford to spend the equivalent of a high-end cup of coffee on a new book. Thanks to new technology such as Kindle and Nook, and even other applications that my grandmother would have affectionately labeled the devil's tools if she were alive, taking our chances with a new author has suddenly become easier.
If you are comfortable with that concept -- and if you are the proud owner of one of the gadgets aforementioned -- I would like to invite you to take a look at my two titles. The first one is a nonfiction self-improvement, and it aims at guiding readers to declutter and reinvent their lives through the familiar concept of housekeeping (no worries...you don't have to clean anything physical), while the second one is a novel of paranormal suspense spiced with a spiritual flavor. In the story, Melody Bennet travels far outside her comfort zone to the bayous of Southern Louisiana to honor her grandmother's dying wish. Little does she know that this journey will change her life forever...
So, here they are. The famous (or infamous) links are listed below. I hope you will take a chance at knowing more about me and about my work. Until we talk again, may you be blessed in all your endeavors, and may you always find what you're looking for. :-)http://amzn.to/f3tZyDhttp://amzn.to/eJl1Py