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This time next week I will hopefully be arriving in the vicinity of FantasyCon in Scarborough, and we will only be two hours away from the launch of The Summer Goddess (also launching – Steven Poore’s High King’s Vengeance and Adam Dalton’s Book of Angels, in a triple-headed Kristell Ink extravaganza.)

In the meantime, here are FIVE ways you can get involved and help out!

    • Enter the Goodreads Giveaway for The Summer Goddess, and don’t forget to add it to your to-read shelf. If you want to buy a book at the launch, why not try and win one for a friend?

Goodreads Book Giveaway

The Summer Goddess by Joanne Hall

The Summer Goddess

by Joanne Hall

Giveaway ends September 30, 2016.

See the giveaway details
at Goodreads.

Enter Giveaway

 

  • Leave a review, rating or comment for any of my books, on any platform (or indeed all platforms). Reviews help promote interest in a book and drive sales. Even something as simple as “I enjoyed this book!” can really help, as well as being good for the delicate author-ego.bosgka3iaaa1ejn
  • Talk about the books on social media. Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr – whatever your chosen platform. It’s very hard for an indie author to let people know they have a book coming out, so anything you can do to pass the word along is much appreciated.
  • Pre-order The Summer Goddess on Amazon – if you can’t make it to the launch, or if you want a digital copy of the book on the day it comes out, please consider pre-ordering on Amazon – the pre-order price is only £3.99 for Kindle and it would be nice to see it shooting up the Amazon charts!
  • Buy a book! It may seem like a pricey option but The Art of Forgetting : Rider is currently FREE to download, and Nomad and Spark and Carousel are 1.99 and 99p respectively – that’s less than a coffee!Lego movie coffee.gif

If you are able to do one or more of these things, please do consider doing them. Every little bit really does help, and it all adds up!

 

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