TODAY IS THE LAST DAY OF LUCK OF THE IRISH'S SPECIAL SALE PRICE - ONLY $0.99. Keira Ashe’s parents are great but her mother has overprotected her for years. Now, this twenty-two-year-old Bostonian has graduated from college and can go on a trip she has been planning for years. She fears her shyness may … Continue reading LAST CHANCE
Being honored as a Book of the Month HELLO, AWESOME RRBC MEMBERS!! THANK YOU for your continued support. Yesterday I got the best surprise when I logged into RRBC site and found out ‘Luck of the Irish’ had been select as one of the three Books of the Month!!! I had no idea! I felt humbled and … Continue reading BOOK OF THE MONTH at RRBC
WOW! I woke up to some great news this morning. Luck of the Irish got to # 112 in the Kindle Store. Now, I KNOW it’s due to a FREE PROMO but I’m celebrating it anyway. It got 2,045 downloads in a single day and that alone is quite an achievement for an indie book, … Continue reading #112 AMAZON KINDLE STORE
Liz Gavin is one of the most energetic and awesome people I’ve ever encountered. Her obvious zest and love for life is contagious and I’m so glad she has stopped at WATCH NONNIE WRITE! to share some of those positive vibes. She’s here today to kick off the 1st of a five-part series on MARKETING INDIE BOOKS. Guests, I give you, AUTHOR, LIZ GAVIN!
It is hard to write a novel. It’s time-consuming to the point we neglect family and friends. It’s so distracting we walk around with our heads in the clouds, hearing dialogs in our heads and seeing things that are not there. All writers know what I’m talking about here. It’s nothing new but it’s a fact.
It is also a fact that most writers know next to nothing about promoting their books. They – no, strike that…
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Hello, amazing readers! I am so excited to be a stop on indie author Liz Gavin’s blog tour. So please take the time to meet Liz and leave a comment for her. As always, I truly appreciate each of you.
And now, here’s Liz…
Rave Reviews Book Club
I know I haven’t been the most active member of the club for the past couple of months and I’m sorry for that. I believe in the Club’s essential premise that the most supportive members get to be supported and I know I’m missing out on that support. But, life happens sometimes and we get caught in so many things that 24 hours aren’t enough in a day. This group of relentless people is the best one you can meet in this publishing business. I’m thankful for being a part of it and I hope I’ll go back to being more active…
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Please give a big welcome to Liz Gavin who is gracing my blog today! Don’t forget to pick up a copy of her book, Luck of the Irish.
A review from Amazon:
“What a great story this is. The struggles, passions and undying love that was bouncing off of the pages. This is a page turner. I loved all of the twists and turns that came up with these star-crossed lovers. In the beginning, Keira presents herself as a whiny, immature young girl. Towards the end she emerges this strong and powerful woman. Declan is a boy with no direction and never knows what he is going to do next. He too rises to the occasion and becomes the male counterpart to Keira’s Hero persona. In the end, as always, love concurs all.” Robyn
When Liz Gavin was in Second Grade – just a couple of years…
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A short and powerful scene:
When Declan opened his eyes again, he didn’t know how much time had passed. The house was deadly quiet. O’Hallon was nowhere to be seen. Declan sluggishly crawled forward and sat up beside Keira. He could barely breathe, due to the effort to move and the loss of blood, but he pulled her lifeless body onto his lap and held her close. He hugged her tight against his chest. He buried his face in her hair, which was covered in blood, and cried like he hadn’t cried since he was a little boy. He felt like he was six again.
“Please, please, don’t leave me, Keira.”
His sobs filled the air. He balled his hands into fists, frustrated because Keira didn’t respond. He couldn’t face the evidence that she wasn’t able to answer him.
“This is my fault, too. He wouldn’t have killed you, if…
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Indie Authors and Reviews: Jeffrey VonGlahn Blog Tour: BOOK BLURB: Jessica had always been haunted by the fear that the unthinkable had happened when she had been “made-up.” For as far bac...