If I changed it to "good book" someone might think she wrote the Bible.
So I went with published.
The first couple chapters of the book are up (for FREE) at Scribd.com. Just follow the link and enjoy. Don't forget to 'rate' it, too, please.
Andrew, have you thought about paying for a daily Kindle ad? A few years ago, a friend paid for one (about $80 back then) to run one day and made her money back in 2-3 days. So you might want to check on what Amazon's offering now.
Goodreads also seems to have an advertising setup. It's a little bit more pricey but I'm thinking of trying it for my alternate history series, just to see if I can get more interest. Goodreads seems to be where the readers are. I did a giveaway there for my print version of Eagle of Seneca and got over 400 people who entered. Which is pretty good free name recognition.
when I get my Kindle (eventually), I'll start buying e-books
"do what bert says" - Flamestar (c/o Ouzo Man)
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