Thursday, 18 July 2013

My Daily Selection for Free Kindle Download at Amazon

Kindle Store > Books > Fiction > Contemporary > Romance > Suspense
*Introducing a New Author to the Blog*

I am delighted this morning to introduce to you a British Contemporary Author, Trisha Pyle and her book Too Far Too Fast:

Arriving at her Greek holiday apartment, secretary, Abby Grainger, finds the corpse of a strangled man lying on her bedroom floor and sexy, millionaire stockbroker, Jensen Stone, mopping blood from a head wound in her bathroom.

Jensen is concussed and cannot remember how he came to be in Abby’s apartment.

He recognises the dead man as being his first officer. He remembers leaving his yacht with two crew members but everything after that is a blank. He does not believe that he is capable of murdering one of his crew members and needs to convince the gorgeous girl staring at him, her lovely green eyes filled with fear, that he is no killer.

I've downloaded my copy already, but get yours HERE (Amazon UK) and for HERE, and lets she if we can do her proud with our support.

Normally I'm never sure how long it will be available for free download, but Trisha let me know it will be until 21st July 2013.

More about Trisha in her own words:

A voracious bookworm who is a romantic at heart, I read anything that has a good love story as its base.  If the story also sizzles with passion; has a large portion of life threatening danger, and is garnished with humour so much the better.
Married at 18 I had a lovely house and two wonderful sons by the time I was 23.  I started writing stories when the boys were in bed.  My first efforts, painstakingly hammered out on a battered typewriter, made me realise that I required typing and shorthand skills to allow my fingers to keep up with my imagination.  A couple of years, and a draw full of secretarial certificates later, I acquired a second hand computer and set out to write my first historical novel.
Working full time as a sales administrator/office manager and running a home was stressful. I had to squeeze my writing and research in where-ever I could.  When I also became a single mother my, ‘me time’ dwindled to a few hours a week.  I never gave up.  My novel got thicker and thicker and I realised that I had enough material for a trilogy.
A new husband, Brian, came with another two lovely boys.  Understanding my need to write, Brian actively encouraged me and fed me when I became too engrossed in the plot to remember to eat.  Recently, after selling my Post Office and Newsagents, purchased in 2003, I sat down to write my first contemporary romantic suspense novel, An Exclusive Affair.

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Details about her Books, both contemporary and historical can be found on her website by clicking HERE and other bits of gossip on her Blog HERE.  I really want to get my sticky paws on her other work now too.

I had a super time at the WI last night, and met some lovely ladies.  Many thanks to Maria, Dawn and Kate (I think that was her name, so sorry if I'm wrong), who made me so very welcome.  I've also joined the Hailsham Book Club and am looking forward to next week's meeting.

I was quite shocked ... only one of the Book Group ladies has a Kindle (apparently other ebook readers are available!) .... and I demonstrated my Baby to a couple of them last night ...... maybe I can lure them to the dark side mwahhahahahahahaha.

My interview also went well yesterday afternoon, and verbally they've indicated I should get a place, but will be biting my nails down to the quick waiting for official confirmation.

On Amazon today my rating is (<) 3,549. I suppose that I'm still heading in the right direction, but very slowly now. I would love to get to the top 1,000 Reviewers' some day ....... so if you find the Daily Kindle Downloads info useful please go over to my Reviews on Amazon and leave me some positive feedback  on some of my reviews (which helps my rating, and will earn you my grateful thanks).



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