Monday, January 26, 2015

How about those Cowboys? Check out Whispers of Sage by Bil Howard.

When I think of Westerns, even Western romances, I think of TV shows from the 50s and 60s. I think of all those movies from the Golden Age of Hollywood. What about now? Here's a Cowboy meets girl romance between an Easterner and a Westerner.

When Katherine’s fiancĂ©, Sean, was transferred from Pittsburgh to Scottsdale, Arizona,

their wedding plans were put on hold. Katherine, who was not known to do anything alone or without someone on the other end of her cell phone, decided to quit her job, pack their things and surprise Sean by driving cross-country by herself. Not particularly adept at navigation, her car breaks down in the most unlikely of places; what passes for a road in the mountains of Colorado.

Rescued by a cowboy

Rescued by Ethan, a cowboy and horseman, whose summer place is less than a mile from where she is stranded, Katherine is shocked by the dichotomy of his backward lifestyle that is mixed with a simple, yet profound intelligence. However, it is his skill with horses, the way that he can see straight into her soul and his gentle touch that send her into a tailspin.

Reality sets in

Though she is beginning to forget Sean, Ethan won’t allow her to stay as long as she has the ring on her finger. With a promise to keep, Katherine continues her journey to Scottsdale, but is never able to shake the deep change that had began within her and she discovers that the wind rushing through her hair, the smell of the pine, the whispers of the sage and the feel of a horse underneath her have changed her entire outlook. 

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Saturday, January 17, 2015

Book Tour Radio: Get your book promoted on the radio and then some.

Indie authors: Who doesn't want to be interviewed on the radio? With Book Tour Radio, you can. If you friends and family miss the podcast, you can look it up on the website. You can also be part of their book club which includes countless genres of fiction and non-fiction.

What services do they offer?
Press release.
Book promotion for a month, which sounds like a lot for the money.
VIP interview which is also promoted on social media.
Market analysis for your book.
And, the ultimate: The Publicity Blitz which is the works with a 20% discount.

So, what's not to like? Here's the link to their website:

Monday, January 12, 2015

Write Into Print makes promotion easy for indie writers.

Write Into Print - one-stop resource for writers
If you're on Facebook or Twitter and you're thinking about promoting the book you just wrote, you can't miss Write Into Print. Just what do they have to offer?
If you have a final draft of your manuscript and are in need of ePub services, they've got them at a reasonable price.
And, of course, they own the Tweet Your Books Service that is so visible on Twitter:
Want to advertise? You can have a sidebar on their website for only $99 a month.

They offer even more services and features than this. Curious? Click here:

Saturday, January 3, 2015

Free download until Monday, 1/5/15: Lady Justice in the Eye of the Storm!

What's Lady Justice gotten herself into now? With the death of a young black man, Walt and Ox are dragged into the eye of a storm as Kansas City erupts in violence and demonstrations.
Fearing for their lives, Captain Short sends them on assignment to Cabo San Lucas where they find themselves in the eye of a very different and even more dangerous storm --- Hurricane Odile.
Surviving these ordeals pushes both men beyond the limits of anything they have experienced, and leaves Walt facing one of the most important decisions of his life. 
Want to check it out? Download it from Amazon: