As my week-long e-book promotion draws to a close on Good Friday, It is time to get yourself some fantastic free fiction for a relaxing read over the Easter Weekend.
Loads of you will no doubt be heading off for this long Bank holiday weekkend, looking forward to plenty of rest and relaxation. What could possibly be more blissful than laying on a lounger, cool drink beside you, losing yourself in the e-book that are reading on your oh-so-conveniebt kindle? Not much can compare with that kind of entertainment, so why not get yourselves, well-prepared by downloading – free of course – my three e-books from http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B006IYVA1K – my amazon author page.
All I ask in return is thart, after reading and doubtless thoroughly enjoying my fiction feast, you then return to that same author page and post reviews of the books you read. It is really easy to do, and matters a great deal to me, so your help in that regard would truly be appreciated. Just in case you think that my stuff may not be worth reading, rest assured that the reviews already posted on my author page will show quite clearly how good other people think my work is.
Dancing with the devil and other twisted tales was my first e-book – a collection of stories in various genres – general fiction that seems to have delighted those who have read it. My second volume -Eternity and more – was headed bya prize-winning story that brings tears to many an eye. This collection of science-fiction shorts was the achievement of a life-time ambition, and I am quite justly proud of it.
Next I won a short story competition run by US artist/witer Erin Miller, and my prize was to co-author a twenty story collection with her – each of us providing ten tales – which received the title We Aim To Please, and also seems to have pleased the small but growing number of fans who keep on asking me for more, please. I am currently in the throes of putting together another volume, so keep your eyes peeled for news about it.
I would like to ask how those of you who enjoy my work might enjoy seeing collections w=hich feature bothe fiction and some small amounts of poetry interspersed among the stories? This is an idea I have been toying with, and some genuine feedback on this point would be much appreciated. Many writers are qy=uite diverse in what they produce, and I wonder of the mixing of genres might not be a way of introducing my fans to my other writing passion, so any thoughts about this would be most welcome.
I am not myself going away at Easter because I love my garden and my allotment too much to desert them just now, as there is a pond to be fiished off and various different crop plants to be put in place. Nothing tastes quite as good as the tomatoes that you grow yourself, and every other begetable you grow has a quality of freshness that store bought produce can never emulate. Do get yourself these books, because once you read them, you will wonder why you never had before. Happy Easter everyone.