💞Time to treat yourself💞
A decadent-looking savage has captured Francesca DuVall and her brother Marsh. Now she spends every waking moment planning an escape from the camp of the brutal Dog Soldiers.
Ethan Gray is a curator at a national museum . . . until he travels through time to help his beloved People. In the Cheyenne world he’s known as Meko, leader of the most revered tribe of the plains.
Cultures and hearts battle, violence and death haunt the road ahead, but when kindred souls collide, anything is possible. From the windswept plains of Colorado to the placid life of a curator, their love is fueled by passion and kindled by destiny.
*Previously published as Where The Rain Is Made with 27 five-star reviews*
*Nominated for a Bookie Award by Authors After Dark*
This post is based on an article I helped write for SearchNurture titled How to Hit Your Target ACoS on Amazon.
Amazon is, in effect, a giant search engine of products. To ensure that your book shows up first, you must target specific keywords both organically (i.e. based on your product description) and through Ads. However, no matter how successful your Ad is, all it can accomplish is lead shoppers to your product page. It is up to that to convince them to buy your book.
Ideally, everything on your book page will be tailored for your target audience. Let’s take, for example, my book, A Heaven for Toasters. I want shoppers searching for “sci-fi crime romance” to buy my book. What can I do to make sure they do so?
Start with your page title. Think of it as a hook. Let…
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My book is titled Ghosts and Other Aberrations. Aberration is such a good word. The dictionary definition says it is ‘a departure from what is normal, usual, or expected, typically an unwelcome one’. Most of my stories contain such things. These tales are fictional, and for entertainment purposes only (as all the paranormal TV programmes state), but that doesn’t mean that they COULDN’T actually happen, does it? Many of the stories are based on my own theories on ghosts, the afterlife and other supernatural occurrences. Some are meant as cautionary tales against using the paranormal and occult as a plaything. This book is a follow-on from my previous book ‘Mysteria – An anthology of spooky and mysterious tales’. It is meant to be enjoyed in a quiet room when you are all alone. A room where the light throws certain corners into darkness. It is in those corners that the demons and anomalies in my book dwell – there…..and in your nightmares.
Thanks for the super info Nicholas! – Bridgitte
Like most of us, I suspect, I upload to Amazon my Word Doc whenever I have a new book or wish to make changes to a previously published one.
However, there is a way that gives you far better control over the finished product, while being user-friendly enough for most of us: Kindle Create lets you format your manuscript using an intuitive environment with a built-in previewer and all the tools you are most likely to need.
The intent of this program seems to be to simplify the publishing process for novice authors. Instead of uploading a Word file and then having to download the result of conversion for testing, Kindle Create handles conversion, previewing, and simple formatting all in one app.
Here is a video guide on using Kindle Create:
I recently used Kindle Create to format a couple of documents and it was a…
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