As he started to climb down, a twig snapped below them. They froze. Something’s being dragged through the underbrush.

Monday, January 20, 2020

Winter Games review challenge--all February.


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From Kathryn Knight:

Consumers often rely on reviews when making purchases...I know I do!  And on retail sites, products--including novels--with more reviews usually receive the most visibility in searches.  A reader can't even consider choosing a title they've never even seen or heard of, and the book market gets more crowded by the day.  A new title gets added to Amazon approximately every five minutes.

 Amazon, the largest online retailer for e-books with 88.9% of the market (Bloomberg), only about 5 to 10% of consumers leave reviews after a purchase.  Everyone is busy, and I know even if I love a product, I often never get around to leaving a review.  (One of my resolutions is to do better with this!)


Enter Winter Games...an event that brings readers who review together with participating authors for a month-long event.  I was one of the authors in the Summer event, and I had such a great time, I wanted to spread the word to both interested authors *and* readers for this upcoming winter version.

Full details, FAQs, and sign-up forms can be found on our host's website here.

Direct link to Author sign-up is here


Direct link to Reader sign-up is here

One important note...a Facebook account is required, even if it's not a very active account.  The events, book offerings, and communication all take place in the FB group.


And while there's no limit to reader participation, there *is* a max number of authors, so if you're interested, hurry!


Friday, January 17, 2020

Another five stars for Orion’s Foot!





Blurb: 

Petra Steele has just been left at the altar when her brother invites her to the Peruvian Amazon. Before she even sets her suitcase down, she's confronted with a dead man. In a research station peopled with a quirky assortment of scientists, she is drawn to Emory Andrews, a man with a secret past. Murders, secrets, and mysteries ensue, all in the deeply romantic, sizzling jungle.

 Here’s a snippet:

“Orion's Foot is a unique, compelling, fast-paced read… I love how the author was able to use elements of the setting in every aspect of the story, from the murders to the romance.”

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Thursday, January 16, 2020