Thursday 24 January 2013

.99¢ Genre Potpourri Event!

Post-Holiday Genre eBook Potpourri Event
Starting on 1/24/13, 14 authors will offer their eBooks for 99 cents

(PRWEB) January 09, 2013

Today, 14 authors announced that starting on January 24, 2013 they will offer their eBooks for 99 cents on ( The offer is for a limited time only and applies to a total of 16 eBooks. Readers may choose from Literary Fiction, Fantasy, Women's Fiction, Romance and Young Adult.

The authors, who are all members of Backspace, an online writers organization, include Christiana Miller, Deanna Roy, Eileen Cruz Coleman, Keith Cronin, Sachin Waikar, J.H. Bográn, A.W. Hartoin, Danielle Younge-Ullman, Rachel Elizabeth Cole, Loretta Giacoletto, Daniel A. Smith, Inge Moore, Nora Carroll and Jess Riley.

The eBooks included in the promotion are:

All the Lonely People by Jess Riley

Deeds of a Master Archer by J.H. Bográn

Me Again by Keith Cronin

Falling Under by Danielle Younge-Ullman

Storykeeper by Daniel A. Smith

How to Cook Up A Disaster by Rachel Elizabeth Cole

Sweetwater American by Eileen Cruz Coleman

The Thief Who Stole Midnight by Christiana Miller

Stella and Dane: A Honky Tonk Romance by Deanna Roy

Family Deceptions by Loretta Giacoletto

The Family Angel by Loretta Giacoletto

As Crazy As You by Inge Moore

Rumpel, A Cursed Tales Novel by Eileen Cruz Coleman

The Color of Water in July: A Novel by Nora Carroll

In the Jungle of Black and Yellow by Sachin Waikar

It Started with A Whisper by A.W. Hartoin

Starting on January 24, 2013, readers may easily purchase all sixteen eBooks from by going here:

To stay informed of the event's details, visit and like the event Facebook page located here:

Bloggers and website owners who are interested in interviewing or featuring any of the authors in the promo should contact Eileen Cruz Coleman.

Tuesday 15 January 2013

Got a nice review from Razberry Juice!

"How to Cook Up a Disaster is funny and light."

"It doesn’t claim to solve any of life's big questions, and it really doesn’t, but it does amuse!"

"A fun novelette."

And the best part of the review:

"I would enjoy seeing what this author can do with a full novel."

Read the entire review here:  Ebook Review: How to Cook Up a Disaster

Get your copy for Kindle, Kobo, Nook, and iBooks!