Did you know that 99% of the reading public never post a review for a book? That’s quite a staggering percentage.
At Rosie Amber’s Book Review Team (six years and going strong!), we often look at ways to encourage more people to review. This autumn, Rosie has planned a Review-A-Book Challenge, with a great list of books to choose from, all free of charge to anyone serious about writing a review for her blog – and possibly joining the review team, if you enjoy the process.
Before I reveal the cover for Teething Troubles of Love, here’s the book info…
Dental doctors Sheena and Vinayak work in the same institute but their paths would never have crossed if Sheena’s deception hadn’t woven a web of lies in which Vinayak became entangled. He may have his own reasons for letting her make believe go on but he hadn’t counted on getting his heart involved.
Today I have an extract from Emily Gallo’s recent release, The Last Resort. First of all, here’s what the book is about…
An old sixties musician and his trim mama run a pot farm in the Emerald Triangle of northern California and welcome an exonerated ex-con, a Las Vegas prostitute, a union organizer from the Bronx, an escapee of a sex slave cult, a retired carney with Parkinson’s Disease, and an old Mississippi blues guitarist down on his luck. Together they create a last resort, a modern version of home and family.
I’m delighted to welcome Robert Crouch with his guest post about the challenges of writing a series.
Over to you, Robert…
When you publish a novel, you’re never sure if it will appeal to readers.
When you release your novel into the crime fiction market, you’re up against some pretty tough competition.
When you write something different from anything else in the genre, you’re taking a chance.
My thanks to Aliaa from Kotobee for offering their list of international book fairs throughout 2020. The ones listed below are those held in the United Kingdom and Ireland but if you’d like the worldwide list, which includes Europe, Asia, Africa, North America, South America and Australia, please click this link.
OLYMPIA, WEST LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM Mar 10-12, 2020
The London Book Fair is a massive international affair and, in Europe at least, it’s second only to Frankfurt. It’s a place for authors, booksellers/buyers, distributors, literary agents/scouts, publishers, translators and obviously readers. LBF holds two award ceremonies each year. The International Excellence Awards, celebrating publishing and related activities outside of the UK and The Trailblazers, celebrating those under 30 in the publishing industry. The London Book Fair is delighted to have Sharjah as the Market Focus for 2020.