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Goodreads Giveaway

Hey everybody! It’s that time again–I’m giving away 2 signed print copies of the latest Kate Jones Thriller, A ONE WAY TICKET TO DEAD (Kate Jones #7) on Goodreads.

Although it’s “#7” it can easily be read all by its lonesome. Of course, I’m hoping that you’ll think it’s so danged good you’ll want to read the others in the series if you haven’t already 🙂 Click on the link below to enter (Giveaway ends 5/28/14)


Goodreads Book Giveaway

A One Way Ticket to Dead by D.V. Berkom

A One Way Ticket to Dead

by D.V. Berkom

Giveaway ends May 28, 2014.

See the giveaway details
at Goodreads.

Enter to win


Fantastically Free Friday

Hi again!

Piggybank on stack of booksHere are some links to sources for free ebooks. As always, check to make sure the book is free before you download, as some may have expired. Happy Friday!







Free Book Friday 4-5-13

Here are some links to find free ebooks today:








Goodreads Giveaways

For anyone who likes to win free books, I recommend checking out GoodReads Giveaways. It’s free to sign up and there are always a gazillion books to win. (Currently, all books given away are print copies. With Amazon’s recent acquisition of GR, this might change to include ebooks.) A lot of the offerings are ARCs, or Advanced Readers Copies, so if you win, you’ll be one of the first to read the book  🙂 And, many are signed by the author, which is always a good thing.

Publishers vary and include authors of traditionally published books as well as indie authors. At the end of the giveaway period, GoodReads randomly selects the winners and sends their shipping information to the author who then signs the book and ships it to the winner. It’s a great way to discover new authors and possibly win some great books in the process. Here’s the giveaway I’m doing through the month of April for Bad Traffick:

Goodreads Book Giveaway

Bad Traffick by D.V. Berkom

Bad Traffick

by D.V. Berkom

Giveaway ends April 30, 2013.

See the giveaway details
at Goodreads.

Enter to win

Have fun with GoodReads Giveaways, and good luck!

Free Books!

Here are some links to sources for free books. As always, check the current price to make sure they’re still free before you download. You’re welcome 🙂






Places to List Your Free Books

Picture of Books, Shakespeare and Company Bookstore, The Latin Quarter, Paris - Free Pictures - FreeFoto.comIn perusing the interwebz in order to promote an upcoming free day on Amazon for Bad Traffick, I came across several more places that you can list your book for free. Some also offer guaranteed placement for a nominal fee. I’ve decided to use both paid and free sites, and I’ll write a post on my results after the promotion runs on January 19. In the mean time, here are some of the sites I found: (as with all listing sites, MAKE SURE your book is actually going to be free on the day you list)

Ask David This is a cool site I discovered that has you list your book, website, social media links, book trailer, etc. all for a simple link-back to the site. You don’t even have to do that, but it will take a bit longer for your book to show up. And really, isn’t helping those who help you what it’s all about?

Free Kindle Books and Tips This is a site run by Michael Gallagher who is a Top 10 Reviewer for Amazon. He reviewed Bad Spirits and listed the freebie on his site a while back and my downloads increased significantly. At first I had no idea who he was (I had submitted to several free sites and didn’t realize he ran FKBooks&Tips), but a bunch of folks (145+) clicked on his review as helpful, and I quickly realized how lucky I was to have him review the book.

The Frugal E-Reader This is a popular site that lists Kindle books under $9 and has some inexpensive promo options.

The Author Marketing Club I just joined this site, and from what I’ve seen, it’s full of great ways to promote your book. Hmmm. Possibly a post for the future on the results I get from posting my book for review…You have to sign up, but it’s free.

Indie Book Promo This site has both paid and free options for promo. Haven’t used this one before, but am going to for the 1/19 free day. We’ll see what happens. I’ve heard good things.

Pixel of Ink One of the biggest and most-used sites.

EReader News Today I’ve had stellar luck with these guys. Don’t be afraid to show ’em some luv if they post your book.

There are too many of these sites to list here, but these are a great start. Good luck on all things promo!

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