Wednesday, April 10, 2013

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"This Just In!" is available on Kindle and Nook for just $4. And for a limited time, "You Heard It Here First" is available for $1 (Kindle and Nook) as well. If you don't have a Kindle or Nook, you can still read e-books courtesy of Smashwords!






I'm looking for some book reviewers. I can't/won't pay for a review, but I will send you the e-book for free. (Or both books if you haven't read the first one yet!) In exchange, I ask for your honest and fair review to be left on a few different sites (doesn't have to be a blog). If you are interested, send me an email! erinannie at yahoo

Thanks!

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  1. I will, but I can't until the middle of May. Let me know if you're interested! Also, have you thought about a book tour? They are easy (thought time consuming) to organize!
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