BANGKOK SHADOWS-FREE E BOOK THIS WEEK

BANGKOK SHADOWS-FREE E BOOK THIS WEEK

DOWNLOAD BANGKOK SHADOWS FREE FOR THE NEXT FIVE DAYS!

My debut novel, Bangkok Shadows, was released ten weeks ago. I am  told I’m doing better than most other independent authors. I  greatly appreciate every sale, all downloads on Kindle Unlimited, each review and  message. 

But it’s not enough feedback for me. I wrote this novel for people to read and to find out what they think of it. (So far Glenn Murray Cohen and the NJA Club gang have been very well received, pleased to say.) I’d like to hear from more readers, as many as possible.

Bangkok Shadows will be free in e book format on Amazon Kindle from Monday, June 25, through Friday, June 29.

Click her to reach Bangkok Shadows on Amazon Kindle

WHY DOES AN AUTHOR GIVE AWAY FREE BOOKS?

Authors who agree to sell only through  Amazon can promote their work for free for five days every three months. Some may think it insane to give away for free what you are trying to sell, and this rings true in most industries. Publishing is not one of them. The more readers, the more reviews, social media posts and word of mouth referrals are created, whether the reader paid for the book or got it for free. 

When an author receives a five star review, or a tweet or Facebook post praises the book, it makes no difference to the author whether the reader bought the book or received it as a free promotion. Those words of praise and the joy the book brought the reader should be worth more to an author than money.

This promotion applies only to the e -book version. Obviously the economics of production prevents giving away the paperback edition.

This promotion marks the end of the “introductory” period for the novel. After the free e book promotion, both formats will be sold at more traditional prices. 

Right now, pricing and sales are not the motivating factors. Readers and feedback are the focus. 

There is nothing more valuable to an author than feedback from their readers. 

If money were my interest, I’d still be practicing law. I’m looking for something else. 

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