Sunday, July 14, 2013

New Website for Authors and Readers

As a new author still trying to make my way through the publishing and promoting world of eBooks, I've found it increasing frustrating to get the word out about my novels.  Facebook, Twitter, Goodreads and others certainly help but to really promote and advertise the work you've slaved over for months can be troublesome.  Too often I find the websites that charge for advertising do one of two things: either they want you to have a number of reviews before accessing their services (impossible for a new release) or they charge too much and the author gets very little in the way of return.

I hope to have bridged that gap for the new author or even those that are established.  Do you have a new release that needs a bit of a push to send it along?  I've developed and launched a new website that is very much in its infancy, as seen below, but is geared specifically for new releases and up and coming authors:

e-Reader Recon
Browse the new releases, which aren't many at the moment, but will appear daily with a one stop link system.  Access multiple sites with information about the novel before making a purchasing decision.  Sale and free listings will be featured as well.  As a way of getting up and running, we are accepting the first 50 novels with a free promo package.  So, what are you waiting for?  If you have a new release, explore the site and send us the information just as Holly Dutch did.  You can take a look at what we've done for her by visiting the site, as well as the new Facebook page: www.facebook.com/ereaderrecon

Based on True Events

As a side note: The Living Hunger continues to hold a spot in the UK Top 100 Post-Apocalyptic novels again today.  Thanks for the support of new fans and friends across the pond.