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Two WILL win free paperbacks of my latest

Hey all.

I’m trying something new, with some help from Amazon.com.

While ebooks are great, some of my fans still prefer print.

That’s fine, but often spendier than eBooks.

Until now… at least two fans will win a free print version of my latest, SPOILED ROTTEN, featuring that spiffy all-new cover design by the one-and-only Victorine E. Leiske.

It works real simple, too: every 21st entrant will automatically win, until we have given away BOTH Free copies. And you don’t need to worry a whit about fulfillment… It’a all being handled by the reliable folks at Amazon.com! Just go here to enter, and do it soon! While there are still copies remaining!

Thanks for your time. My next post will probably be related to my next new title!

Nice Girl Like You is free on Amazon this weekend!
Most Likely available in time for holiday season!

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It’s here, people! In time for the winter holidays!

The audiobook version of Most Likely, read by talented voiceover artist Jennifer Harvey, can be found here on Amazon and on Audible.com as well.

I’m told it’s also on iTunes.com, but I don’t know how to link to that, so you’ll have to fire up iTunes and search for me by name and book title there. Get yours now: Jennifer’s performance is outstanding!

SHADA is now an audiobook!

Shada-150-HeightGreat news, everyone.

SHADA, the novella that kicks off the EMBER COLE series of books, is now officially available as an audio book. The running time is only two hours, thirty-nine minutes, so it’s also an easy listen.

Narrating SHADA is the sparkling voice of talented newcomer Chrissy Swinko, who is simply outstanding. You can read more about her here, like her on Facebook here, or follow her on Twitter here.

Get to know her now, because once word gets out about her, she’s going to pop big in the audio book world. She’s a talent.

If you’re interested in getting a copy yourself, you can find Shada for sale on Amazon, Audible, and iTunes. Get it wherever you normally get audio books!

Oh, one more note: I’m hoping to announce the audiobook version of MOST LIKELY before the year is out.

And both EyeCU and EMBER won’t be making their appearances until 2013. Sorry about that, but for books to be well-written, sometimes it takes time.