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message 1: by Joshua (new)

Joshua Grant Greetings! My name is Joshua Grant, author of horror novel Pandora, and I wanted to offer all independent authors (and readers) a unique opportunity. On my site diabolicshrimp.com, there’s a section called Avid4 that’s designed to bring independent authors together and help them gain exposure and potentially make book sales.

Here’s how it works. Authors who join are asked to purchase 3 books from other posted authors once a year. This is entirely on an honor system and you will not be hassled, but I do expect people to be honorable and support each other (it can literally cost you less than a cup of coffee to make a difference for someone else). I will also honor your presence on Avid4 by buying at least one book from an author each month, as well as highlighting a different book every week! You’ll know I bought your book because I’ll send you a photo of me holding it which I’ll post on the site. I humbly ask authors to purchase one of my books as well (which counts towards their three for the year).

Interested authors should head to diabolicshrimp.com and check out the Avid4 page. I ask them to give me their name as they want the public to see it, a 150 word maximum author bio or book description, and a link to their website or book description. I post this on Diabolic Shrimp for the world to see.

Good luck authors and I hope to see (and read) some of you on Diabolic Shrimp!


message 2: by Dennis (new)

Dennis Meredith (dennismeredith) | 30 comments Joshua,

This looks intriguing. Always something new for the indie if they are willing to give it some time. Thanks for your effort and I hope it is successful.
@scifinov


message 3: by Joshua (new)

Joshua Grant Thanks Dennis! It's a small community right now, but everyone is really nice and supportive. It's also been a great opportunity for me to branch out in my reading. :)


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