READ AN EBOOK WEEK! (plus a nom for RAJMUND!)

March 7, 2011

First things first, my beautiful, blue-eyed vamp has been nominated for Best Paranormal Romance 2010 by The Romance Reviews (TRR)!

We’re in very good and VERY competitive company—J.R.Ward, Kresley Cole, and just about every other bestselling author in the genre—so the odds aren’t good, but it’s worth a whirl.

You can vote for RAJMUND HERE and thank you!

And now for Read an Ebook Week! There’s a website set up for this event HERE and they’re having all sorts of contests during the events.

But even more exciting, my publisher, ImaJinn Books is celebrating Ebook Week by giving away free books! (no, not mine) But they’re adding two new titles every day this week, so keep checking back to see what you can download for free! Both PDF and Kindle/Kobi formats will be available.

Also, ImaJinn is giving away TWO free Kindles in future contests, but you can qualify for the contest NOW. Make any purchase on the ImaJinn Books website in March or April and you’re automatically entered in both contests. You can also mail in an entry, but you’ll have to check the website next week to get the details on that.

And finally in very BIG news for me and mine, my critique partner Michelle Muto, who contributes so much to the quality of MY books, has her own first book releasing later this week. It’s a Paranormal YA with witches, werewolves, vampires and demons … oh my! I’ll be posting the Amazon link as soon as it’s up. If you know any YA readers looking for a good paranormal tale, I can recommend this one.

For those of you who might have missed it, the second chapter of SOPHIA is now available. Read through (or scroll down) Chapter One and you’ll see it. It’s under the SOPHIA tab above, or you can click HERE.

Don’t forget to VOTE FOR RAJMUND and I’ll see you all next week!

DBR

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One Response to “READ AN EBOOK WEEK! (plus a nom for RAJMUND!)”

  1. Jen Says:

    April 15th can not come quick enough! I need a D.B. Fix! 🙂


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