Thank you Kritter’s Ramblings!

Thank you, Kirstin at Kritter’s Ramblings for the wonderful review of “You’ll Be Thinking of Me”!

“I loved this one and hope that Densie Webb is working on something else!”
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Fab Goodreads Review!

 

Latest wonderful review for “You’ll Be Thinking of Me” on Goodreads!
“I loved this book! A good mix of romance, suspense and drama. It takes you right to the line of disbelief without going overboard. Kept me on the edge of my seat. Saving this one for a re-read.”

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Answer Questions, Win Books!

It’s on! That’s TRR’s Mega Anniversary and Valentine’s Party and my novel, You’ll Be Thinking of Me, is part of the fun. Go to TRR, register on the site, and answer a single Q&A (you’ll find the answer in the Amazon link) for a chance to win an ebook version of my novel. (This is the last chance!) Lots more Q & As and lots more prizes from other great authors! So, enter now!

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Answer Questions, Win Books!

It’s on! That’s TRR’s Mega Anniversary and Valentine’s Party and my novel,You’ll Be Thinking of Me, is part of the fun. Go to TRR, register on the site, and answer a single Q&A (you’ll find the answer in the Amazon link) for a chance to win an ebook version of my novel. Lots more Q & As and lots more prizes from other great authors! So, enter now!

 

TRR Poster February 2016

The Romance Reviews Contest and Giveaway!

It’s on! That’s TRR’s Mega Anniversary and Valentine’s Party and You’ll Be Thinking of Me is part of the fun. Go to TRR, register on the site, and answer a single Q&A (you’ll find the answer in the Amazon link) for a chance to win an ebook version of my novel.  Lots more Q & As and lots more prizes from other great authors! So, enter now!

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Last Day for Goodreads Giveaway!

Only 1 more day to enter to win 1 of 2 free copies of “You’ll Be Thinking of Me,” so enter now!

“I was not expecting to have my mind blown…from all the twists and turns, but that was what I got—and I LOVE IT!”

“A compelling story, interesting characters and great writing…this was far from your basic boy meets girl.”

“Two likable and charming main characters and one off-kilter stalker, the journey into their hearts and minds will have you on the edge of your seat.”

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Zabar’s “Story Basket” Giveaway!

This could be yours! (Along with a signed paperback copy of “You’ll Be Thinking of Me.”)

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WOOHOO!!! Enter now for the chance to win this fabulous gift basket, appropriately dubbed the “Story Basket,” from Zabar’s—the New York gourmet shop, where the main characters in “You’ll Be Thinking of Me,” Mick and Rachael, have their serendipitous meeting. You’ll also get a signed copy of the novel, so you can read all about it! Click the link below to enter! And thank you to the very generous Darynda Jones for hosting the giveaway!

This giveaway  will end December 17th 2015 at 6pm EST! One winner will be chosen, so good luck!!!

Don’t Miss out on This Chance to Win Some Sizzling Summer Reads!

This week, be sure to check out The Romance Reviews Summer Sizzling Party for a whole slew of new summer reads, games, prizes and giveaways. The celebration is on for the whole month of June!! But only a few days left for a chance to win an e-copy of You’ll Be Thinking of Me! Remember, if you want to join in the fun, you’ll need to register on the TRR site. It’s totally free, so sign up and join the summer reading fun! And be sure to post reviews on Amazon and Goodreads for the books you read and share the love.

Happy Summer Reading!

Publish Digital or Tree Book? Does it Matter?

there is a difficulty in marketing something that has no physical presence.” That’s from a recent article on The Bookseller website. I’ve been mulling it over and I’m not so sure I buy that. The latest Amazon numbers would indicate the opposite—that ebooks make up a huge percentage of both dollar sales and number of books sold. One thing that’s not up for debate is the price appeal of digital, at least for books from indies and small-to-medium publishers, which typically sell for anywhere from FREE to $3.99. (“You’ll Be Thinking of Me” currently sells for $2.99.) Since Amazon stopped discounting sale prices of books from some of the big publishers (typically referred to as The Big 5) the price tag of their e-books has risen and sales seem to reflect that. In fact, in 2014, 54% of the bestselling ebooks on Amazon were from small or medium publishers like mine, indies made up 18% and only 19% were from the big publishers, like Simon & Schuster or Macmillan. When voracious readers see that a hardback book from a large publisher can cost upwards of $28 and an ebook of a lesser known publisher or author costs $2.99, guess which one many readers are willing to lay out their hard-earned money for and which one they’ll check out from the library?

That said, from an author’s standpoint, there are advantages to having a physical book that you can hold in your hand, show-off, sign; Goodreads doesn’t allow giveaways of ebooks; several book reviewers are sticking to “real books”; and you can’t go to booksellers or book festivals and show everyone the fabulous book you’ve written. Unless you want to carry around your e-reader.

And I know for a fact there still are plenty of tree-book fans who don’t have an e-reader and have no plans to buy one. I’m a huge fan of real books myself. And it’s not a generational thing. My daughter has a disdain for e-readers (even though Mom’s book is an e-book).

You’ll Be Thinking of Me will be out in paperback later this year and I’ll join the ranks of authors with “real” books, but my publisher has already warned me that physical books don’t sell well. It’s the e-books, they say, that fly off the virtual shelves. Still, I’d be lying if I didn’t admit that I’m looking forward to holding it my hands, showing it off, waving it at people at the mall, flashing it at those lucky passengers sitting next to me on the plane, hawking it to the receptionist at the doctor’s office and offering (begging) to leave a copy in the waiting room, tucking it under my pillow at night.

Reading is reading, you may say, but you can’t do any of those things with an e-book. And I’m looking forward to having the option of making a spectacle of myself (and my book).