Amazon Countdown Deal for Forgotten (YA Paranormal)

Deal until 4th May 2014.

Books & Bites

Forgotten (YA Paranormal) is on a countdown deal at 99c/99p on both Amazon US & Amazon UK for the next five days.

Amazon – Forgotten (In The Shadows, Book One)

Amazon UK – Forgotten (In The Shadows, Book One)


Sycamore Heights, where everyone keeps a deadly secret.

On the surface Katrina Harvey is like any other 17-year-old about to start their senior year but not everything is quite as it seems. After being violently attacked she loses her memory and now has no idea who is friend, foe, or – most importantly – that she happens to be a 235-year-old vampire.

Now Katrina is being stalked by someone, or something, who doesn’t want her to remember her past and will do anything to keep it that way.

Sixteen-year-old Suzanne Harvey was left distraught when her older sister, Katrina, disappeared two centuries ago. Suzanne was turned into a werewolf soon…

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Published in: on April 30, 2014 at 4:39 pm  Leave a Comment  

Check Out This Awesome Site!

My book is being featured Tuesday at The Fussy Librarian, a new website that offers personalized ebook recommendations. You choose from 40 genres and indicate preferences about content and then the computers work their magic. It’s pretty cool — check it out!

Published in: on December 16, 2013 at 2:16 am  Leave a Comment  

Non-US Self-Publisher? Tax Issues Don’t Need to be Taxing

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Fill The Shelves – A Great New Initiative To Help Underfunded School Libraries

David Gaughran

Chronic under-funding of school libraries has led to the tragic spectacle of empty shelves, leaving children with nothing to read; but a new initiative called Fill The Shelves hopes to change all that.

This story starts in a Pennsylvania K-8 school called Pittsburgh Manchester, where the librarian – Sheila May-Stein – decided to do something about the empty shelves in her own school (pictured left – that was the entire Fiction section of Manchester’s school library).

Last month, Sheila posted that photo to the Facebook wall of University of Pittsburgh professor Jessie Ramey, who then wrote about the problem on her education blog Yinzercation, along with ways that people could help – including ordering books from an Amazon Wish List.

Then things went a little viral. That Facebook photo spread like wildfire. They got coverage from their local newspaper. CBS Pittsburgh came out and did a story. Neil…

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Published in: on October 19, 2012 at 8:26 pm  Leave a Comment  

Very quick update…

I hope to post a recommended read later today, it’s just leaving half past five in morning where I am.

Also, in book related news my book is out to the beta’s and so far apart from some little niggles with grammar, etc… everything is going smoothly and I have been told that “it’s great, refreshing.” “I love it.” “The characters are real”

This kind of feedback makes me so happy but I do have to say that I am also very nervous and I do hope to share more book news in the next week or two.

Published in: on August 15, 2011 at 4:44 am  Comments (2)  
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