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November 8, 2013

Afternoon eBook Deal 11/8

...so many twists and turns that I hadn’t expected.  ~Sasha Shamblen

If you enjoy dystopian young adult with a clever twist, then pick up Wasteland! ~ Wendy Hines


Wasteland

Welcome to the Wasteland. Where all the adults are long gone, and now no one lives past the age of nineteen. Susan Kim and Laurence Klavan’s post-apocalyptic debut is the first of a trilogy in which everyone is forced to live under the looming threat of rampant disease and brutal attacks by the Variants —- hermaphroditic outcasts that live on the outskirts of Prin. Esther thinks there’s more to life than toiling at harvesting, gleaning, and excavating, day after day under the relentless sun, just hoping to make it to the next day. But then Caleb, a mysterious stranger, arrives in town, and Esther begins to question who she can trust. As shady pasts unravel into the present and new romances develop, Caleb and Esther realize that they must team together to fight for their lives and for the freedom of Prin.

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Fun Facts about Dead Lake, a Mystery by B. J. Robinson


Setting: Wewahitchka, Florida, small town called Wewa.

The Seminole Indian name means "water eyes" because when the two lakes are viewed from the air, they resemble eyes.

Town best known for the legendary Dead Lakes and their world-famous Tupelo Honey.

Dead Lakes State Recreation Area is only a mile north of Wewa.

Nature photographers will find an oasis.

Sand bars created by the current in the Apalachicola River blocked the Chipola River and high water killed the trees in the flood zone, giving the area its name.

I've really been fishing on one of the two Dead Lakes.

The idea for this book was born during my fishing trip.

Peter Fonda's 1997 movie about the bee keepers, "Ulee's Gold," was set in this majestic beauty.

I didn't know there was a movie until after I'd written my book, and I never viewed the movie until after the book was completed.

They say great minds think alike. My book has a few similar threads. There is an escaped convict in my story, but not in the movie. Money is hidden in an old truck in the swamp in the movie. Money is hidden in different spots in the book.

I got the idea on my fishing trip to create a mystery series using the Dead Lakes setting. Something about them inspires mystery.

Dead Lake
Multi-published, award-winning author B. J. Robinson takes readers to the Florida Panhandle northern Gulf County best known for the Dead Lakes and Tupelo Honey in her Dead Lake Mystery Series. Dead Lake is the first novel of the series.

Judy and Jim Knowlton, a retired couple who enjoy fishing, decide to fish and explore one of the two legendary Dead Lakes in Wewahitchka, Florida, and soon find themselves boating through hauntingly beautiful cypress trees, skeletons, stumps, and knees in a lake considered the best freshwater sport and bass fishing in the nation. Brace yourself with courage to boat in a graveyard of trees and explore.

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Though Judy admits nature photographers would find an oasis, she can't shake the ominous feeling that snakes through her body. A lone cypress tree forms an eerie silhouette, but it isn't the only creepy rising skeleton from Dead Lake. Many bony fingers reach for the sky. Dawn breaks. A spectacular sunrise washes across the skyline, but fingertips of pink reach for the skeletal arms.

Judy likes to fish off bank, while Jim's pride and joy is his fifteen foot red-and-black Bass Tracker. He's all about boating and fishing on Dead Lake, and it'll take more than skeletal trees to change his mind. He can't wait for a diverse fish supper the lake offers.

An unsolved mystery from long ago entangles Judy and Jim in its web when an escaped convict decides he wants to search an old junk heap behind their mobile home. When their grandson and beloved pets are affected, the stakes are raised. Whose bones are discovered in Dead Lake near Swamp Rat's cabin in the woods? Judy spies the waters of the lake bubbling. Somehow, it doesn't remind her of discovering oil and becoming rich. The water is doing its on weird thing, and the tops of the cypress trees along the bank blur like wind is rustling through them, but there's no wind. Everything is still. A Florida evening T-storm drums down with wind gusting as Judy attempts to show Jim the water, but her voice is lost in the wind, and he steers the boat away without looking back. The lake water spirals around that certain strand of trees and ripples in a huge circle. Is the mystery of Dead Lake over, or is it just beginning?

My husband and I went fishing one day with my in-laws on Dead Lake near the small town of Wewahitchka, Florida, called Wewa for short by the locals. Yes, there are really dead lakes with a lot of dead trees that could make the trip dangerous, however, we survived. The name of the lake and the dead trees inspired this mystery set on Dead Lakes in Wewahitchka, Florida. Yes, there's more than one lake. These lakes are legendary. According to Florida State Parks, Gulf.com, and the City of Wewahitchka, sand bars created by the current in the Apalachicola River blocked the Chipola River. High water killed the trees in the flood zone and gave the area its name.

The Seminole Indian name means "water eyes" because when viewed from the sky there are two round lakes resembling eyes. The city is located in the Florida Panhandle's northern Gulf County and has approximately 1,800 residents. It's best known for the Dead Lakes and Tupelo Honey, which is world famous and has been harvested for over one hundred years from the Apalachicola River Basin. Peter Fonda's 1997 movie "Ulee's Gold" was set in this majestic beauty. It's a story about the beekeepers.

If you decide to try your luck with fishing on Dead Lake, be forewarned of a graveyard of cypress knees and dead stumps that can tear apart a boat or motor. I hear the fishing can be good. In fact, it's considered the best. You'll find crappie, blue gill (bream), shellcracker, large mouth bass, and white bass. Maybe you'll have better luck fishing than we did, if you believe in luck, fisherman's luck, that is. Dead Lakes State Recreation Area is only a mile north of Wewa.

The many cypress trees create a beautiful majesty and though we didn't catch any fish that day, I enjoyed the boating and beautiful scenery. You'll find a variety of trees including magnolia, cypress, longleaf pine, and sweetbay. I took a spiral notebook and pen with me and began this mystery. I hope you'll find it intriguing. It's the first one in my Dead Lake Mystery series. If you want to experience a hauntingly beautiful area of cypress skeletons, stumps, and knees in lakes that are considered the best freshwater sport and bass fishing in the nation, brace yourself with courage to boat in a graveyard of trees and explore. Nature photographers will find an oasis. Enjoy.

~About the Author~

Author, B. J. Robinson, is an award-winning, multi-published author with four traditionally published novels as well as independently published short stories, novellas and novels. She writes from Florida with a golden cocker spaniel, golden retriever, and a shelter cat for company, blessed with a husband, children, and grandchildren. She's an avid reader and passionate writer. Visit her at http://barbarajrobinson.blogspot.com
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November 7, 2013

Afternoon eBook Deal 11/7

...a quick and at times humorous read about a political career gone awry... 
~ Carmen Amato

Multiple plot twists, romance and the always present battle between good and evil...
~ Fred McKibben


Tea Party Teddy

Tea Party Teddy is a political tell-all novel about Sacramento, California politics - the public corruption, infidelity, and greed.

Teddy, a newly elected Assemblyman, is elected because of his hateful anti-immigration platform. When he gets to Sacramento, he struggles with the temptations that ultimate power affords. His world slowly unravels as he succumbs to the power of his office. The ultimate irony occurs when his wife becomes romantically involved with the founder of the Republicans for Latinos.

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Creating a Media Campaign

One of the first conversations I have with a new client is what their marketing plans are in regards to media appearances. Often times, the author is unsure how to go about getting media attention and therefore puts it on the back burner. Follow these three tips for creating a media campaign.

Blog Tours & Book Blasts: Blog Tours and Book Blasts are great ways to generate excitement with a concentrated media presence. These tools work best for special promotion - Pub Day,  publication anniversary, right before the release of the next book in a series, as a tie in (Awareness months, Children’s Book Week, etc.). I will caution on length of tour. Remember, you need to provide unique content and often extended tours become boring as readers get the “been there, done that” feeling. Blog tours and book blasts should be fun, fresh, and flashy. For more information on how to do a blog tour or book blast check out my tips on tours and book blasts. I also provide a step-by-step guide in my ebook Secrets to a Successful Blog Tour. It will walk you through everything you need to know to have a great tour.

Ongoing Blog Appearances: It is important to keep your name in front of readers throughout the year. Your own blog and social media presence helps to keep you connected with your fan base. However, it is appearances on other blogs that will find you new readers. As a blogger who receives numerous review and tour requests each day, I often wonder if authors don’t know they can appear on blogs without a review or tour. Many bloggers have regular guest post features or welcome authors at anytime for interviews and spotlights. You should plan for 1 - 2 appearances each week. Also, authors should note that bloggers with weekly features often are booked 1 - 2 months in advance. Also, because interviews and guest posts are spread out, you can repurpose content easier. If you are interested in appearing on Girl Who Reads, I'm currently booking December.

Bonus tip: In your review pitch, you should always ask if the blogger would like to host you for an interview or guest post.

Other Media Appearances: Blogs are not your only source of media coverage. Your media campaign should include 1 to 3 appearances on non-blog outlets per month.

Print Media: Many areas have an online community newspaper through Patch.com. They are focused on local interest stories and are often willing to do a story on local authors. Also look for Arts & Cultural magazines in your area or state. Most states have a state writing  association (usually associated with a university). I had an article published in the Georgia Writers Association monthly publication. Many communities have a family or parenting magazine. If you are a children's author, you need to find out if your community or region has one. For client Jeff Gunhus, I pitched a story idea about reaching reluctant readers to Chesapeake Family. When contacting print media outlets, pitch a story idead, consider submitting your own article, or ask for an interview. A press release should be included and have a press kit ready to send (or linked to in your pitch) should it be requested.

Bonus Tip: Sign up with HARO - Help a Reporter Out - to receive daily emails (3 times a day) from journalist looking for sources.

Radio/Television: There are a number of online radio shows about books and authors. Blog Talk Radio and Radio Guest List are great sources for finding radio shows. Also do a search for local programming in your area. AM talk shows focused on your community or public access television are great starting points for live media appearances.

I know you want national coverage, but starting with your local media will not only help prepare you for a national appearance it will also establish your reputation.

I will leave you with a final tip for planning your media campaign: Make yourself newsworthy. Public appearances such as book signings and library talks can get you on community calendars. Speaking engagements at the Lion’s Club or Rotary Club can often net more media coverage.


Donna Huber
Donna Huber is an avid reader and natural encourager. She is the blogger behind Girl Who Reads and author of the how-to manual Secrets to a Successful Blog Tour.





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November 6, 2013

Afternoon eBook Deal 11/6

Love, love, love this book. ~Aimee

I didn't want to put it down. ~Brooke Banks


Portrait of a Dead Guy

In Halo, Georgia, folks know Cherry Tucker as big in mouth, small in stature, and able to sketch a portrait faster than buckshot rips from a ten gauge -- but commissions are scarce. So when the well-heeled Branson family wants to memorialize their murdered son in a coffin portrait, Cherry scrambles to win their patronage from her small town rival.

As the clock ticks toward the deadline, Cherry faces more trouble than just a controversial subject. Between ex-boyfriends, her flaky family, an illegal gambling ring, and outwitting a killer on a spree, Cherry finds herself painted into a corner she’ll be lucky to survive.

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Maria Grazia Swan: A Great American Novel Italian Style

I always wanted to be a writer and the dream of writing a great novel lived in my subconscious from the time I read my first book. That was in Italy and I was ten.

My family moved to Belgium. There I read my first book in French. I wrote short stories, even managed to win an award, but I was young and language-challenged. No novel yet.

Time flies and one day you’re sitting in your empty nest in front of a computer, and you say to yourself, “This is it, the perfect time, the perfect place.” For me, that epiphany came after I moved to the United States. I was suddenly consumed by the need to write the Great American Novel. The fact I wasn’t American and grew up in a different continent was a small bump in the road.

And so it began. Soon I realized the English language wasn’t my biggest problem. Heck, when in doubt you can ask your friends or consult an Italian/English Dictionary. You can even go to Google for translation. I said translation, not necessarily interpretation. But again, just a small bump in the road to fame and fortune. Right?

Italian Summer
A fiction writer can conjure text out of thin air, but common American cultural references, daily routines local people take for granted, don’t come easily to someone who grew up in small European towns. There were no school busses or afternoon classes. We went home at one o’clock with several hours of homework, which we had to complete because the teachers actually checked it. Never even heard of football or proms. No idea what a corsage was. Few households had phones or TVs and for transportation we used bicycles. Anyone dating before the age of sixteen was considered a bad kid, although parents, friends and neighbors used other colorful words and the occasional flying shoe to drive home the concept.

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Religion ruled our lives. By religion I mean Catholicism, which was the only game in town. The only non Caucasian people I’d seen were in magazines or in the slide shows the Catholic missionaries used to solicit donations.

I could go on, but I’m sure you can see how my Great American Novel was shaping up to be not American and not so great. In my vernacular, Americanisms and cultural references were all but nonexistent. I learned to compromise. My main character, always Italian-born, uses her background to tell her story and brings her experiences to life, in English. So this version of the American Novel will come to you by way of a European import. And that brings us here, now.

Italian Summer, the third book in the Mina’s adventures series went live this week. All books are special to authors, they are like family, but to me this one is a little more so because I actually went back home and tried to see my hometown with clean eyes instead of through my memories. I was there at the end of June. Most of the book was already written so when I decided to go take a picture of my old house, the three story one that my grandfather built, I was stunned. A twilight zone moment. You see, in the book I said something about the old yellow walls having being repainted in a peachy color. Well, my hands shook when I touched the screen of my phone that doesn’t work in Europe but still takes great pictures. My old house was peachy color, and believe me when I tell you I have no idea who the new owners are. My sisters always take care of business. I still get misty when I think about it. So, you may not get the great American novel from me yet but you get a suspenseful, romantic tale with passionate Italian flavor. Ciao

~About the Author~

Maria Grazia Swan was born in Italy, but this rolling stone has definitely gathered no moss. She lived in Belgium, France, Germany, in beautiful Orange County, California where she raised her family, and is currently at home in Phoenix, Arizona—but stay tuned for weekly updates of Where in the World is Maria Grazia Swan?
As a young girl, her vivid imagination predestined her to be a writer. She won her first literary award at the age of fourteen while living returned to Italy to design for—ooh-la-la—haute couture. Once in the U.S. and after years of concentrating on family, she tackled real estate. These days her time is devoted to her deepest passions: writing and helping people find happiness.
Maria loves travel, opera, good books, hiking, and intelligent movies (if she can find one, that is). When asked about her idea of a perfect evening, she favors stimulating conversation, tasty Italian food and perfectly chilled Prosecco—but then, who doesn’t?
Maria has written short stories for anthologies, articles for high profile magazines and numerous blogs tackling love and life. She engaged her editorial and non-fiction skills for Mating Dance-Rituals for Singles Who Weren’t Born Yesterday. Her romantic suspense novels Love Thy Sister and Bosom Bodies are available at Amazon.com.
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November 5, 2013

Afternoon eBook Deal 11/5

A fun read that kept me up all night long. ~Cassandra Curtis

...a perfect book for a quick read. ~Swathy Jay


Unbreakable Bond

Her name is Bond. Jamie Bond. And her life is about to be shaken and stirred in a cocktail of sex, lies, scandal, and one very dead body.

Jamie Bond is a former cover model who switches gears to take over the family business: The Bond Agency, a high-powered P.I. firm located in Los Angeles that specializes in domestic espionage - catching cheating husbands. Jamie's assembled a team of other disenchanted former models to help her take names and kick derrieres among L.A.'s wealthiest philandering husbands. Her current client: Mrs. Veronica Waterston, the young, distraught wife of superior court judge, Thomas Waterston, known for his tough sentencing, right-wing leanings, and his fondness for blondes with double D's. Easy target. But Jamie's simple case takes an unexpected turn for the worse when the not-so-good judge winds up on the ten o'clock news with a bullet through his head. It's clear that someone has set Jamie up, and suddenly she's on the run, under fire, and in serious jeopardy of losing it all. With a hot A.D.A. on her trail, a killer on the loose, and her life on the line, Jamie must prove once and for all that nobody messes with a Bond.

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Review: For Love of Livvy by J. M. Griffin

For Love of Livvy
I really wanted to like For Love of Livvy by J. M. Griffin. It had a quirky heroine and crazy mystery, but I think I've read too many books in recent time with similar themes to not find it slightly boring. The main character, Vinnie, did grow on me and I would try another book in the series (after taking a little break).

Lavinia, aka Vinnie, is a professor of criminal justice and is spending the summer tying up the lose ends following the death of her favorite aunt Livvy. A mysterious package of jewels, unknown cause of death, throw in two handsome fellas and Vinnie can't help but find herself in the middle of the investigation.

I thought For Love of Livvy had a lot of potential, unfortunately it missed the mark and never fullfilled the potential. In one word I found it lacking.

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I think For Love of Livvy was suppose to be a comedy. Outside of a rather lame attempt at some slapstick comedy involving a can of paint, the story missed the mark on humor (though there are a few mildly amusing scenes). The tension of the mystery was also lacking. I think the author was trying to have Vinnie be some kind of amateur sleuth. Yet, outside a trip to the gift shops there was little sleuthing. If a love triangle was suppose to occur it failed. I didn't even feel any chemistry between Vinnie and the Trooper.

I spent most of the book waiting for the story to happen and when I got to the last bit I realized that was all there was to the story. It felt like the author was being too tentative with the story and kept too much to the surface. Like I said, I would be willing to try another book in the series to see if it really is the writing or just over-exposure to the genre.

~Book Info~

Published October 2009 by Lachesis Publishing
ebook (free) & paperback (248 pages)
ISBN13: 9781897562451
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Read: October 2013




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November 4, 2013

Afternoon eBook Deal 11/4

...a fun light read, with laugh out loud moments... ~ Calista Taylor

...a fantastic romantic comedy with heart. ~ J.


Champagne and Lemon Drops

One woman. Two men. One meddling small town.

Raised by her older sister in the small town of Blueberry Springs, all Beth Wilkinson wants is to create a family so big she’ll never be alone. Things are going great until her accountant fiancĂ©, Oz, experiences a family trauma, forcing him to rethink everything from his own career to their nuptial plans—leaving Beth alone.

As Beth works to rediscover her former bold and independent self in hopes of reattracting Oz, she catches the eye of the charming new city doctor, Nash. Not only does he see her as she’d like to be seen, but he knows exactly what he wants from life—and that includes Beth.

Torn between the two men, as well as two versions of herself, Beth discovers that love and dreams are much more complicated than they seem.


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Excerpt: Kai's Journey

Kai's Journey
Dirty and exhausted from his day’s travels Kai crested a barren hill. This year’s drought had taken its toll and the landscape around him was dulled to muted hues of brown.  A few trees scattered here and there clung to life with bare limbs stretching towards the sky. Fall had come early to this area. He shaded his eyes as the setting sun cast eerie shadows across the sky above, making it look like the ribs of a dead man. Kai spotted the bodies scattered in the field on the left side of the road. With a sigh, he walked over to investigate the scene. He knew from experience that there were worse things in this new world other than the living dead. Checking to see how they were put down could tell you who or what might be in the area. As Kai walked closer he could hear the buzzing of insects in the afternoon air. The sound intensified the closer he came to the bodies. The acrid, metallic smell of death reached him on the next breeze. Pulling a rag over his nose and mouth, Kai walked up to the nearest one, using his boot to turn it over. He then knelt down. It had once been human, but died as a zombie. There were bullet holes in the main part of the body as well as the arms and legs. He’d seen these kinds of wounds on the creatures before. Some, who called themselves the military, used them as target practice as if they were no more than animals. At one time though, every one of these beings had been a human; someone’s mother, father, brother, sister or friend. Now they were dead. Some call them zombies. Kai call them a burden that he alone felt responsible for.

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He didn’t need to see any more and headed back to the road in disgust. A cluster of buildings lie ahead. Only a few shadows moved among the buildings. Time and experience told Kai that they were the living dead. This town was just like every other place he came across since the accident seven years ago.  He hoped to find shelter for the night, maybe even a few supplies. From the town up ahead there was a sound he hadn’t heard in a long time. A single howl that reached down into his soul and stirred something he’d thought long since disappeared. Momentarily forgetting his exhaustion, he ran toward the town and the sound. Again the howl filled the air as he ran past dilapidated buildings with broken windows and sagging porches and front steps. A few of the creatures he’d seen earlier going from building to building were nowhere in sight. Kai heard the howl again, coming from around the corner of an old store front building. Noiselessly he crept along the wall to the corner and peered down the alley to see a crowd of zombies surrounding a beautiful white wolf trapped at the dead end, its hackles raised. A growl rumbled from its throat as it bared its teeth. Kai’s stomach tightened in fear as he watched as the living dead move in for the kill. It had been so long since he had seen any dogs or pets from the old world that he knew he had to do something.

“Hey!” Kai yelled.

They turned as one towards him when Kai charged around the corner, his sword raised. Deftly he severed the head of the nearest of the walking dead ones. Quickly he moved from one to the next, thrusting his sword or slashing to keep them at arm’s length. Soon he stood next to the wolf. The wolf’s eyes never left the dead as she bared her teeth. 

“I won’t hurt you. I just want to help,” Kai said. 

With their backs to the wall, Kai and the wolf kept the dead at bay as they fought. Soon bodies lay scattered and unmoving in the alley. He sank to his knees in exhaustion; he raised his head to look over at the wolf. Now that Kai was up close, he could see her white fur was well groomed and cared for. Slowly he eased himself into a sitting position so as not to frighten her away. The wolf’s startling blue eyes gazed at him steadily. ‘Wow, I’ve never seen a wolf with blue eyes before,’ he thought. Kai made a move to raise his hand towards her and the wolf gave a low warning growl. She didn’t run from him, but she didn’t let him touch her either. 

“Well, I guess we won this round huh, girl?” Kai asked. Suddenly her ears perked up and she looked back up the alley as if she heard something. Kai looked but at first didn’t see or hear anything. He felt his stomach drop as more of the dead came stumbling around the corner.  Without warning, something hard hit him in the head and he lost consciousness.

~About the Authors~

Charles Siefken (1992-present) is a recent graduate of high school. This is his first book of many to be published. He currently resides in rural central Iowa where he enjoys reading sci/fi books and playing video games among other things. He is currently enrolled in our local college for automotive technician as well as working part time at a local garage as a mechanic. We have found a publisher, MasterKoda Select Publishing! Christopher Paolini was his inspiration to become a writer.
Wendy Siefken (1966-Present) Currently working full time as a tier one tech at a local call center. Wendy lives on a farm with her family and enjoys reading, gardening and other activities with her family and friends.
This all started as a school project for her youngest son and business partner, Charles Siefken, which has grown into a desire to be published.
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November 3, 2013

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