Repeating History, the first Time in Yellowstone novel, is being featured Monday, December 16th at The Fussy Librarian, a new website that offers personalized ebook recommendations, in the historical fiction category. You can read the first chapter here for free: http://mmjustus.com/fictionRepeatingHistory.html.
In honor of that listing, I have dropped the price of Repeating History‘s e-version from $5.99 to $2.99 for the week starting tomorrow Saturday the 14th, to run till the 21st, at Amazon and Smashwords.
I’m really excited about being part of this service. I hope you’ll find many interesting books there. I’ve already found a few myself.
Is wonderful. It’s really more of a review of the entire series, which is even better.
There’s nothing quite so gratifying as someone I’ve never met loving my work.
Categories: "Homesick", books, Finding Home, national parks, Repeating History, reviews, self-publishing, True Gold, writing, Yellowstone
Tags: book promotion, Klondike Gold Rush
I received my very first review in a newspaper today!!! In the Tacoma Weekly.
And it’s a really good review — the headline calls it “gripping” and the reviewer describes Karin’s adventures as “struggles in a ‘man’s world’ with a strength that can best be described as Norwegian girl power.”
“The details of this romance-and-adventure story prove the historical research paid off and paint a word picture so vivid that readers can see the story play out in their minds as they endure the stares of the prospectors or the chill of the Klondike air through Myre’s telling of her tale.”
What more could I ask for???
This author business is still new enough to me that when I get a new review I have a tendency to jump up and down just a little.
Anyway, it was lovely.