So, my publicist Rebecca talked me into doing a thing, and as so often happens… holy cow, was she right.
What is my life?!
Do you think we can make the top 10? Do you think we could even make #1 in the Thriller or Suspense categories??
I’ll admit, I’m super stoked to find out. And you can help! Here’s how:
- Email the link to this post to all your friends who like to read. Of course, be a good friend and explain that you’re a big, huge fan of the series, and that’s why you’re spamming their email, LOL.
- Even if you already own the paperback, go download the ebook for free before March 24th. This will push my book further up the charts, making it visible to even more new readers.
- Post a pic of you with your copy of Mailboat I to Facebook, Instagram, etc., letting people know how much you love the series, and that it’s free on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Kobo through March 24th.
And if you love free ebooks in general, you should sign up for more at Fussy Librarian and Hello Books. You can tell these fun reader services which genres you love, and they’ll email you regularly with a selection of FREE ebooks you can download and read immediately. (I got a spot in both the Fussy Librarian and Hello Books lists for later this week, hence why Mailboat I is currently free!)
Right now, I’m some combination of nervous and excited. Thanks in advance for downloading Mailboat I and telling your friends, so we can climb the charts and put the Mailboat Suspense Series in front of new readers!
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