Thanks so much for your advice about the free books. I changed the price on Smashwords and every one else followed suit...except for Amazon, they're dragging their spiked tail, breathing fire, and emitting noxious smoke from their nostrils. It's not easy getting a dragon to do your bidding. How long did it get you to get the beast to submit?
I have all the other sites you mentioned on my to do list: Authors Den, Book Barista, Your Books and Bestseller Bound, but now I have to wrap some presents or I'm going to be fired from my very important elf position by Santa. I bet Santa could take on the dragon and win.
Nice to meet you. I'm new to Book Blogs and I was searching through the site and saw that you just went free with one of your titles on Amazon. I have a couple of questions: How did you get it switched to a free category? One of my titles is a novella and I'd like to give it away free for a bit, but for the life of me I can't figure out how to do it on Amazon, its currently 99 cents. The second question is: I know that you got a lot of downloads, are your other titles companions to the free book. And then, finally, what other marketing strategies are you employing? I have four books on Amazon, Smashwords premium distribution and B & N and would love to chat with someone new to the game like myself.
Welcome to Book Blogs! You’ve definitely come to the right place if you want to network with other book lovers and strut your reviewing stuff. Yippee!
I’d like to share a couple of awesome opportunities with you. First, Novel Publicity is currently recruiting bloggers for a gigantic holiday book bash. The prizes are insane and include $3,500 in cash, 3 Kindle Fires, 35 autographed books, and free eBooks for any participants who would like them. Sign-up and info is HERE
The other super cool thing I’d like to share with you is news of the ReaderShip. This is a great site for book lovers, because every single week there is a free book available for download. This week it’s the paranormal YA novel, Forbidden Mind by Kimberly Kinrade, and next week it’ll be something new. You’ll definitely want to hop aboard and see what else we have going on at www.the-readership.com
Thanks and I look forward to getting to know you and your blog better!
Hi! Welcome to book blogs! I hope you enjoy the site and all the wonderful people here! I have a book review blog that is beneficial to readers and authors alike! (At least I like to think so) haha. I have the normal book reviews, author interviews, and GIVEAWAYS! But I also have a page dedicated to authors. On this page you can find the request form and all promotions I am willing to do for an author. I don't discriminate...I love Indie authors as well as any other author! I also have TOURS available! I hope you will check it out. http://intoxicatedbybooks.blogspot.com/. I would also like to let you know about the 12 Days of Christmas Blog Hop that I am hosting this year. This is the first annual hop and I would love for more bloggers to join in! It's going to be loads of fun! You can find the post explaining the hop here: http://intoxicatedbybooks.blogspot.com/2011/10/12-days-of-christmas-blog-hop.html Thanks Christina..
I’m new myself to the site but so far I've found it a great place to meet other blogger friends, so you’ve definitely come to the right place if you want to network with other book lovers and writers. If you’re a fan of paranormal fiction, please give my debut novel Perpetual Night a look. I’m planning to do a giveaway in the near future GoodReads (Click here for my Author Page). And here’s the link to my blog Diary of a Writer in Progress where I talk about my own experiences becoming a published author and review some books for fellow writers. I'll be happy to follow your blog if you follow mine!
Now tell me about you, your blog, and favorite books!
Welcome to Book Blogs! I am so glad you have come to join us! It can be a bit overwhelming around here at first, Don't hesitate to ask questions- At least until you get your bearings! I am more then happy to help!
We are also looking for any one interested in being a regular contributor on our blog! Monthly, Weekly, Bi- Weekly... we are flexible! Know someone (adult or child) or are you interested in writing book reviews for our site? Family Friendly reviews of any genre are considered! If you are interested, email me at ekfamilybooks(at)yahoo(dot)com so that I can send you a copy of our blog post template to get you started!
You can read the first few chapters for free at Amazon, The Bridge of deaths. Also if you see a Pacific Flyer Austra;ian magazine from October look at the article on page 39! I just realized you may have acces to it. I love them! They gave me a FULL page!
Ken Follet, such good books! I am 52 as well and my book is about my grandfather and a mystery perhaps linked to WWII! I wish you the best of luck with the book of your Dad's letters. Let me know if there is anything I can help you with. Archway to Acknowledgement is a group that can increase your following on twitter if you are interested in that. If you get a chance please check out http://www.TheBridgeofDeaths.com a Paranormal, Historical Romance. I hope you enjoy Book Blogs as much as I have,
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