Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Self Pub an e-book and special offer

I’m working, working, working on my blog book tour post…so here is a brief one.

Are you interested in self publishing through the e-book trend?

Take a peak at this article: 2010 The Year Self-Publishing Lost Its Stigma, at PBS.

Would you like to help me out?

With kindle you can down load to your kindle and numerous other e-readers, your computer and smart phone. I need 9…just 9…pretty please, to take advantage of my offer. I will buy you “The Treasures of Carmelidrium,” and all I ask in return is that you rate my book on Amazon, or at Smashwords or both.

Leave a comment with your email address if you want to. It would be great if you love “The Treasures of Carmelidrium,” but I do want you to be honest.

At the moment, Smashwords hasn’t uploaded it to iBookstore or Barnes & Nobles.

Thank you everyone. I've had enough offers to read my book so I don't need anymore. I appreciate all of you who stepped up. Nancy


Cherie Reich said...

If you don't have enough people yet, I'd love to read and review your book. I have a Kindle, and I put reviews up on Amazon, Goodreads, and my book reviews blog and mention them on Facebook, Twitter, and my website and regular blog. My email is cherie.reich(at)gmail.com

Jules said...

Okay I'll help. I'm still asleep, so what do I have to do again? I can read it on my laptop right? You have my email.
Jules @ Trying To Get Over The Rainbow

Michelle Gregory said...

just the title of the PBS article is good news. in 2007 when i self published, it was still one of those "look down the nose" kind of things. thanks for posting. wish i could help you with reviews.

Clarissa Draper said...

The reasons I haven't offered is because (a) I'm not a fantasy reader and I'm worried that it may take me a long time to get through it and (b) my TBR list is so long right now. I thought that there would be a lot of fantasy readers out there willing to do it. However, if you're having an issue finding people, I will be happy to download it from Kindle and review it.

N. R. Williams said...

Oh thanks Cherie. I had another person yesterday and with you that now makes three people reading. I will get it to you soon.

Jules...you're a gem. I will get on it and yes, you can download to your pc.

Michelle, I'm glad you liked the article.

Clarissa, I appreciate your concern. I will hold off and if I still don't get enough people then I'll readdress. Perhaps three comments will help or four.

Thank you all for dropping by and leaving a comment.

Lynda Young said...

I'm more than happy to help out. I plan to read more books this year anyways and I love fantasy.


N. R. Williams said...

Thank you Lynn. I'll try to find your email address.

Debbie said...

I would love to be able to read "The Treasures of Carmelidrium"!!

Debbie in Alaska
email: mangosahm@hotmail.com

N. R. Williams said...

Fabulous Debbie, I'll head over and get it ordered for you.

L'Aussie said...

Hey Nancy, looks like you haven't got 9 yet. If you need me, I'm all yours but fantasy isn't my fave genre. If that's a problem, wait til you get more offers. I would read and give an honest review.

You have my email for the blog tour...

N. R. Williams said...

Thank you L'Aussie. I think I have enough people now. You might be surprised though. My fantasy has all the elements to make a good read regardless of you favorite genre.