I’m writing this on Halloween night so of course it’s pouring down rain outside – that’s how it always is for Halloween here in my part of Oregon. It just adds to the atmosphere. I call it writing weather!
And tonight I’m writing about my freebies…
First, I’m excited to announce an in-person book signing in Las Vegas on November 18. I’ll be attending with some 350 other authors across genres, so it’s an event for everyone who loves to read. (And loves to visit Vegas! I’m looking forward to some sunshine in Vegas to learn, network, and have fun. I made the week-long Indie conference my birthday trip this year.)
I’m taking a selection of my novels, some romance, some mystery, and a nonfiction for other writers. I’ll have my two newest novels: Sarah’s Song and The Billionaire Who Bought Me. It was hard to chose some and not all of my novels, and I ended up with a mix so hopefully that works to my advantage. I wanted to have something for different kinds of readers.
After the last few years, it feels amazing to have this event to look forward to. I miss interacting with other authors and readers.
Soooo…. My Kindle freebie is actually one of my new novels. I made it free through Smashwords and was surprised when Amazon price-matched quickly, so yay! Now I can offer it free to my readers across different platforms.
I have other freebie novels on Apple books and Barnes and Noble that haven’t shown up on Amazon. If you read on Kindle, you can always visit my Smashwords profile to get Kindle files. They provide instructions on how to transfer files, or you can read books online.
Well, on this dark and rainy night, I should probably get back to writing! I’m revising a Christmas novella because I realized it was a bit on the short side. It’s a story I really love about second chance love and Christmas. Some people advise to keep moving forward but I enjoy revisiting older stories and hanging out with my characters again. I’ll share more on that later in November.
Oh, one last thing before I go… I am working on a novel that’s in the very early stages. So there’ll be more on that later too.
Happy Halloween and Happy November!