Blog Tour Day 15: Review & My Guest Post on The Enchanted Book, “What Can You Expect From A 99-Cent E-book?”

The Enchanted Book The dramatic rise of e-books has made it easy for anybody to publish a novel, and readers are scrambling for ways to pluck the most entertaining stories from the bargain bin. In today’s guest post at The Enchanted Book—  “What Can You Expect From a 99-cent E-Book?”– I make the case for some amazing values hidden at that price point.

The Enchanted Book is an award-winning book blog that is, in a word, enchanting.   Host Selena describes herself as “someone who loves to read, particularly romance and erotica, and loves just as much to write. The Enchanted Book is the culmination of those two loves.” Selena also likes to read mysteries and thrillers from any time period, historical reads, and some nonfiction. “I’m a sucker for inspirational books,” she says. A leisurely stroll through her blog will surely inspire you!

Since today’s topic is  99-cent books, I’ll remind everybody there’s over 200 indie e-books from all genres on sale at that price from December 12 – 24 at The 12 Days of Christmas Book Blowout. Prizes, including a new Kindle, will be awarded to lucky supporters of indie authors!

One comment on “Blog Tour Day 15: Review & My Guest Post on The Enchanted Book, “What Can You Expect From A 99-Cent E-book?”

  1. Larry Kahn’s commentary on all the pros for new authors and e-books is exceptional when visiting the book blog THE ENCHANTED BOOK (with host — Selena) where his commentary can be read in full. However, I was quite stunned (to say the least) with Selena’s review of KING OF PAINE on her book blog. I have read the novel and the characters are outstanding. Mr. Kahn’s style of writing (and his carefully chosen prose) is exceptional and enchanting and that, in itself, can make or break a book.

    All I can say is everyone is a critic but Selena’s commentary was unfounded and even challenging!

    Need proof? Need a great novel? Read KING OF PAINE for yourself and you will find enchanting characters, a complex plot but a comfortable read and much more. You will find the events and characters in this novel to be evidence that not only is it well worth the read but that it should be on bookshelves everywhere — even on the New York Times Bestseller List (not that THAT means anything). The proverbial “proof is in the pudding” with this novel!

    Lori

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