Those who visit my Facebook Page will also have noticed this event. The Giveaway is held on Goodreads so if you are not signed up to the site, no problem, you still have time.
This is a re-written and re-edited copy of The Girl With Two Names. I know the book initially had a few editing issues and the reviewers justifiably skewered me for doing that. I was learning. I thought I could get away with doing the editing myself. I thought a reader of indie books would be looking for a good story rather than a few typos. I know, I was naive. Really naive. I have learned from that time and aim to improve my work with each book. I aim to please you the reader.
I hope you will take part in my giveaway. There will be another in a couple of weeks. Jubilee Year: Book One of the Erelong Trilogy will also be featured in a giveaway of two print copies. This is also a rewritten and re-edited copy. In the case of Jubilee Year, the rewrite was particularly necessary because Book Two will be out soon (this time I mean it, I do). I needed to add to the story in Jubilee Year to ease smoothly into the plot in the second book.
I hope you enjoy both of my books. I intend to publish far more frequently from here on out. You may want to consider joining my mailing list. It will cost you nothing but for a couple of minutes. I do not share your email address with other websites, and I send out less than one email a month. As you can see from my blog entries, it's difficult to leave the novel writing to even post a blog.
In my emailing list you will receive information about my upcoming novels. And - I offer all those on my mailing list a free novel of your choice. You will also have the opportunity to be a member of my street team, who will be able to request an advance copy of my novels before publishing.
The street team read to give me incredibly valuable feedback on any issues they find in the plot, continuity errors and the like. A character who is swimming in a lagoon and in the next line riding a horse and still engaged in the same conversation with no explanation of a scene change is quite possibly one of those horrendous continuity errors. And, no, they are not expected to do any editing. They also are invited to place a review on Amazon, Goodreads, or just about anywhere they like that the public is able easily to find and to read.