Friday, August 24, 2012

You Heard It Here First!



It is finally here!
My new book, You Heard It Here First, is now available on Kindle and Nook! 
(Paperbacks won't be available for a month!)
For a limited time you can buy it for just 99 cents on either Barnes and Noble or Amazon. Once the paperbacks are available, the price will go up to a more realistic retail price for a 400 page book! (Probably about $6.99. Believe me, at 99 cents, I am not making a lot of money off this thing!) So buy it now for a steal!!





All I ask is that during this "preview launch" if you see any typos or formatting errors, that you please let me know directly! THANK YOU!!!

Book Description:
From the moment girl-next-door Haley McAdams met America's Favorite News Reporter Camden Morrison, her life hasn't been the same. Suddenly she has everything she ever wanted- love, money, and career success. But can she handle the pressures that come with it?

One day she's a financial blogger, the next, a TV expert on a political scandal. Her on-air epiphanies, and liberated writing style has landed some powerful men in hot water, and there are consequences to pay.

Just as her career takes off, so does her love life. But the memories of her past make it hard to accept the good things around her. Is her rich and famous boyfriend the real reason for her new success? Does he really love her? Or does he have an ulterior motive too?

Haley is a good girl from a loving family with traditional values, but she knows her way around the world of finance and politics. She may be virtuous, but she is not naïve. And if there is one thing she has learned, it is that money is the root of all evil.

2 comments:

  1. Anonymous12:08 AM

    Just downloaded it. I'm using the Kindle App on my iPod. It looks pretty good, but a table of contents would be nice. Also, at the bottom, the Kindle App usually tells you what page you are on. That feature isn't working for me. It says 409 out of 8029, 4%. It might just be my device. I'll probably have more input later. Thanks for the low price! Looks good!

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  2. really good! I read the first few chapeters ("17%) so far, but as it is 1AM will rest for now and continue tomorrow! Thanks for the info on how to download the Kindle App!

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