thanks for the warm welcome. I have liked your facebook page, following you on twitter, and joined your really cool blog. I'm excited to link up here too. Let's keep in touch. I hope you'll send some love my way too. My Blog
Hi there! Thanks for the welcome! I'm lovin' it here so far. I just followed your blog. Very cool site. Here's my link - www.Novellarella.blogspot.com I'm a newbie at book blogging, so I'm excited about building up my site and adding more book'ish things. I would love to join in on your author giveaways! Just let me know what I need to do. Thanks!
Thank you so much for the welcome and the link to your website http://intoxicatedbybooks.blogspot.in/ I just read your review of Deadlock - I love it. It's really good. So what sort of books do you like to read? - Mitt
Thanks for the welcome!! The world of blogging is totally new to me and I have a lot to learn and not a whole lot of time on my hands to learn it right now. I just went into your blog so I could follow it. If you would like to check mine out and lend me suggestions it is at http://authoralisblack-ali.blogspot.com
My book is out in India in the first week of August, and I am currently looking for agents and publishers in the USA and the UK. The book has been uploaded to Amazon as an ebook, so I do need help with book giveaways, reviews, and promotions. So any tips at this stage would be helpful.
How do I go about setting up a book blog? I already have a website that has podcasts, alternate endings, excerpts, contests etc. for the book - www.riturajverma.com
Do check it out and let me know what you would recommend.
Nice blog! :) I'm kind of new to the world of social media and indie publishing.I kind of went about everything backwards. Published it, bad reviews, had a beta reader read it (didn't even know what those were until a month ago) editing it. I'm planning to re-release it soon. Thanks for the welcome. :)
“There is no difference between the saint who gives food to starving children and the worker who operates the gas chamber that kills them, except that one is making money and the other is losing it.” -Linus Cabal
CHARLES THATCHER is a private citizen, which is to say that he’s the private property of the Ackerman Brothers Securities Corporation. He’s got problems: the cost of air is going up, his wife wants to sell herself to another corporation, and his colleagues are always trying to get him tossed into the lye vats.
But when he discovers a woman stealing rainwater, he sees his chance to move up in the world, maybe even become an executive. He reports her, painting a picture, not just of a thief, but of a seditionist and revolutionary, someone who believes in that long-dead institution called “government.”
Then she suddenly vanishes. Racked with guilt, he begins trying to track her down. What he finds is a nightmare far worse than he’d imagined—that his report may have been right.
Now engaged with a small rebel group, Charles learns about life outside his corporation. But in a world where everything is for sale and lies are more profitable than the truth, he begins to wonder if even these revolutionaries have something to hide.