With it’s release, I’m offering the following promotion. From now until the 15th of October, all those who purchase a copy of Stuck, be it via Smashwords, Amazon, or Barnes & Noble, will receive a free copy of Closure and Compromise of the Soul.
All people need to do once once they’ve purchased a copy of Stuck is to email me a copy of their purchase receipt to LizzieBeth1095@sbcglobal.net, and I’ll email them the free copies of each book. Don’t forget to specify what format you’d like to receive the free copies in, either Kindle or Nook. If there are those of you who have both a Kindle and Nook, let me know and I’ll forward you both formats of each free book so that you can read it on either reader. Continue reading →
As most of you all know, I’ve a book releasing next month titled Stuck. It’s a post-apocalyptic, science-fiction story centered around a mother who is intent on providing for her family and the consequences that ensue when she goes out one night in hopes of doing just that.
In preparation for the Stuck’s release, I’ve decided to offer Closure to you all for free via Smashwords. Yep, you heard it right. You can get the story for free and in any format that you’d like to read it in. Kindle, Nook, Sony Reader, PDF, Palm, – Smashwords will allow you to get it however you want it.
In order to get your complimentary free copy of my story, just go HERE and enter the following coupon code: YH96Z in the little box that’s provided and just hit CHECKOUT. It’s that easy! Continue reading →
These last few days I’ve been working on cultivating the insane idea that’s taken over part of my mind in regards to my Tales Of Velosia series. While this series is not yet available, I’ve taken it upon myself to create a blog, a twitter, and a facebook page that centers around the world that I’ve been creating for it.
It’s been quite a daunting task, but I’m meeting it with gusto and so much excitement. In addition to sharing, and promoting the series as I go along, I’ve also been working on other projects, as well. Continue reading →
I just wanted to share with you all another review of my story from Craig Hallam. Many thank you’s, Craig for your thoughts. I appreciate it very much. ❤
Craig Hallam:I enjoyed it, although it’s not my usual fare. I like how you start with a hook then double back, and the general feel of it. The archaic language kind of slowed it down for me, making it less easy to read but the style was consistent so that might be just a personal preference.
It ended feeling like there should be more, or that I wanted to read more; like the story wasn’t over and there were still things I wanted to find out about the character. Maybe it could be the start of a longer piece? Continue reading →