Step by step video on turning your Word book into an EPUB and MOBI for Kindle –
Turning Word into EPUB / MOBI
Let me know if you have any questions! It only takes 5 minutes start to finish and is an important skill to master. It means you have complete control over what the user is getting.
New cover! FREE Cozy romance mystery perfect to warm up your winter – grab your copy today!
Aspen Allegations – a Sutton Massachusetts Mystery
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I’m thinking of using a new cover for my Sutton Massachusetts mystery series. Some people who are downloading it currently think it’ll be dark and “thriller/suspense” based on the current cover. It’s more of a gentle, contemplative romance. So I’m aiming more for that vibe. Thoughts? Suggestions? #mysterynovel
Here was our back porch earlier this evening. The snow was nearly up to the railing level. The shadowed area in the lower part is the snow against the sliding glass door. #blizzardof2015
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Hurrah! Rumble Strip, my new Blackstone Valley mystery novelette series, is live! Only 99 cents!
Rumble Strip on Kindle
Some good does come out of a blizzard! 🙂 #blizzardof2015
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In the Pines – the second book in my Lumbee Indian 1800s series – has just gone live! Grab your copy!
In the Pines
I’m open to any and all feedback on it :).
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My FREE Journaling Basics ebook is now up to 160 pages! Download your copy before the snow hits!
FREE Journaling Basics ebook
It’s a perfect time to snuggle up and build your journaling skills :). Share the news!
I just finished one final pass-through on Across the River before handing it to the narrator. I’m excited about turning this into an audio book! Here’s the FREE ebook copy – download one today!
Across the River
If you’d read it, I’d love it if you could post a review on Amazon. I don’t have any right now :).
Amazon’s just made a substantial change – their search results now have a buy button RIGHT ON THE RESULTS. A user doesn’t see the blurb at all. Just the cover, title, and that’s it. It makes it even more critical that the cover and title convey as much information as humanly possible about the book’s length, genre, and style.
For example, my Scottish Lass book used to get people downloading it thinking it was a massive tome and then complaining that it was short. I updated the cover, title, and blurb to make super-clear it was a short novella. But with people now able to get to it without even seeing the blurb, I could be back to getting complaints about its length.
It makes that cover and title quite important in ensuring readers know what they’re getting. In this example, hopefully the cover ensures readers know it’s a clean, gentle romance.
My new mystery novelette is ready for beta readers! Let me know if you’d like to see a copy!