Preorder A Good Man, Handymen, 1 today! #amreading

Rosanna Leo

I’ve been waiting to announce this romance for a long time. A Good Man, Handymen 1, went through several hurdles before finally coming to light. Thank you to everyone at Limitless Publishing for making it a reality.

A Good Man can now be preordered at Amazon. One little click and it will download to your Kindle or Kindle app Nov. 21!

Preorder A Good Man here!

Featuring a hero with PTSD and a heroine who won’t give up on him, this story is also my love letter to my hometown of Toronto. I hope you enjoy it!

Blurb:

Not only is Michael a star on a successful home improvement show, he’s also seen as a local hero. But no one knows about the demons he carries inside him ever since the day he risked his life to save others.

All the accolades and honors only make the memories stronger…

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Moist and tender and other words that make me cringe.

Rosanna Leo

I think every writer has them, those words that make us want to lob a dictionary at the speaker of said words.

Let me get mine out of the way immediately so I don’t have to think about them again.

Moist. Oh, how I despise this word. I don’t know why. It’s a perfectly good word. It conveys information just as well as any other word. And yet something about the way the “o” squishes up against the “i” makes me want to grimace. Let’s say it together. “Moist.” Isn’t it awful? Sadly, in romance, this word comes in very handy. However, in life, I try never to use it. Blech.

Tender. Again, another word that works well in many situations. Nothing wrong with it and yet it makes the hairs on my arms stand on end. I don’t mind “tenderness” and use it often, but “tender” sets me on…

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$0.99 sale on The Selkie!

Rosanna Leo

To celebrate the release of Selkie’s Lure, Orkney Selkies 3, my publisher Liquid Silver Publishing has dropped the price on The Selkie, book 1 of the same series.

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This is a fabulous time to try out a new paranormal romance series or to recommend one to a friend. The Selkie has always been one of my most beloved books and readers have fallen in love with hero Calan Kirk. Try him on for size and then visit with his brother Mackar and Edan!

Right now, the sale is valid at Liquid Silver Publishing and Amazon but look for it soon at other vendors.  The sale is expected to last until Feb. 10 only.

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FREE Book Publicity Guide for Authors

Christa Wojciechowski

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Hello all. A few months ago on Twitter, I posted a poll asking authors what their biggest challenge was in marketing their books. The most popular answer was “how to stand out from the crowd.”

As a self-published author who helps other indie authors, I know how difficult is is to be seen in heard in the swarm of books flooding the market today. Hiring a PR firm can cost thousands of dollars. That’s why I created this quick guide to help you plan publicity campaigns that will get you noticed.

Feel free to pass it along to all your author friends. I firmly believe there is an audience for every book. You just need to put yourself out there so they can find you!

Click here to download.

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The Whole Picture

chelliet22

August of 2014, I had the privilege of traveling to Nice, France. The circumstances had me sightseeing alone during the day, and I plunged in immediately.

The first day, I relied on GPS and my Rick Steves guidebook, but my phone battery died, and I stayed out an hour too long. After a negotiation at a crosswalk, a gentleman in a Mercedes exchanged pleasantries and asked where I was heading. After I told him, he offered a ride, and as I was hot and tired and unsure of my bearings, I accepted.

My hotel was straight down the main street, but I knew I was in trouble when he pulled on to the freeway. He molested me as he drove, but became frustrated when I was not more cooperative. Eventually, he pulled over, and after a struggle, I slipped out of my cardigan and escaped, miles from anywhere familiar.

I held it…

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