Friday, July 15, 2011

Submissions for Freebie Friday (Jul 22)

Add your book to the comment thread here to get featured next week!

To participate, you simply need to have a book that is, well, free (for Friday only or for any length of time that includes Friday, July 22nd) on a web site somewhere my readers can click through to and see it (no walled gardens like the Apple Store pls)

Also, your book must be a completed work (no WIPs or partials please) and you must be the copyright owner to submit it. Any genre--including anthologies and poetry--is okay to submit. To participate, just post a comment and provide me with your:

  1. book's title and your author/pen name
  2. book's genre
  3. book's approximate word count
  4. URL to the book's page
Basically just giving me the Smashwords URL (assuming it's on SW) will allow me to go get the data all by myself (as well as the book's  thumbnail image and a description), so provide the book page you feel is "ready for prime time" viewing.

If you'd like to make it a clickable link (please do!) just go ahead and type out the HTML for a link in your comment. (Click here for the W3C's read on how to create a link in HTML). Blogger will convert your HTML to a clickable link after your comment is posted.

Please only use one link per comment or you'll trigger the SPAM filter but you can make the link to your book page clickable here if you'd like (then the search engine spiders will crawl to it next time they index my blog, which should be daily since it's syndicated on Networked Blogs and available on KindleBlogs)


Lee Harlem said...

A Stray Hand - a short story by Lee Harlem Robinson

Webbiegrrl Writer said...

Thanks, Lee! Your cover art and description (esp. the mention of a stranger in the attic) immediately make me think this is a THRILLER but your classification "Lesibian Romance" makes me wonder if you mean to describe a menage? Either one's great, just want to be sure I don't call an apple a hamburger and fries *LOL* Wait, why'd I liken a thriller to a healthy apple and a menage to all that greasy comfort food. Something Freudian going on there, I'm sure *hee hee*

Letitia Coyne said...


1. Petra by Letitia Coyne

2. Historical Romance

3. 105 300 wds

4. bibliotastic - Petra

Thank you. This is not too formulaic, for those who run a mile at the idea of romance novels:).


Webbiegrrl Writer said...

Thanks, Letitia! I'll add try to work in that comment on the post ^_^

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