How to Promote YOUR book on Amazon discussion

Avishek Gupta
This topic is about Avishek Gupta
14 views
Fiction > Launched NOW! 15/1 Story Avenue

Comments Showing 1-3 of 3 (3 new)    post a comment »
dateDown arrow    newest »

message 1: by Avishek (new)

Avishek Gupta | 2 comments Hi,
My book is out on Amazon. Please buy a copy if possible:
http://www.amazon.in/15-STORY-AVENUE-...
Please enjoy the book trailer on Youtube:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ErdHC...


message 2: by Peter (new)

Peter Harper (peteharper) | 41 comments CASCADE - free from 15/3/17 - 19/3/17

https://www.amazon.co.uk/CASCADE-PETE...

A soulful, provocative and timely international thriller

On hearing the news her adopted father has suffered a second heart attack, Shani Bălcescu dashes from St Aquinas College in Oxford to be at his bedside in Prague. Her father asks her forgiveness, but Shani takes his words to be little more than the ramblings of a dying man. Until the following day, when she discovers the name Tuma Dangbo, a former Séroulése president gunned down in a devastating coup in the West African state thirty-six years ago.

French journalist, Nicolas Dubois, helps Shani make sense of her ancestry, before introducing her to the leader of the Séroulése rebels at a safe house in London. Just as Shani starts to trust and have feelings for the journalist, he sends her a bizarre text and breaks contact. Nicolas’s disappearance threatens to derail her already fragile state of mind, and with an attempted coup in Séroulé virtually underway, ‘friend or foe’ takes on a new meaning for Shani as she questions whether she is being manipulated by the rebels, and that the present despotic regime is about to be replaced by another, only with much greater and far-reaching repercussions.


message 3: by R.R. (new)

R.R. Cratty | 29 comments I wondered if you would help me get my new book out to your readers/social sites. Or have another idea to get the word out about my new book. I would be happy to write a guest article, blog or interview for you.

Our Family Quilt came alive when a friend first took me to a quilting class.
I knew the journey I wanted to take the characters on. I knew how to sew but not quilt -which was critical in the story.

One day I asked a friend, who quilted, to give me enough information so I could write my book.

Generously, she took me into my first quilting class, and under her wing. I went to quilting shows learning as I went, joined a quilting guild, listening to all their inspiring speakers and meeting encouraging quilters. As each friend talked to me, I became inspired to add a different dimension to both my quilting and my book.

I not only finished the book but fell in love with the art of quilting. The needle became my pen and the thread my ink. As I wrote about Grace, a master quilter, -as she shared her creative gifts with her young granddaughter, Audrey. I was thinking about sewing with my mom.
As I wrote about their lives unfolding around their family quilt. The love between grandmother and granddaughter was a mirror of my love for my mother and grandmother.

Thank you,
Rhonda
https://www.amazon.com/Our-Family-Qui...,
https://www.acreativespin.com


back to top