I currently have the first in a series of fiction eBooks on Amazon (for Kindle) listed for free. Is any one interested in downloading it and giving me constructive critisism - and rating appropriately on Amazon too?
It's called 'Through Uncanny Eyes: Samantha' and is on Amazon.com - it's free today only! Wasn't sure whether I was allowed to put the name in here or not....I guess if not I'll get 'snipped'!
And please be honest - if it is only worth three stars then rate it like that - and explain why! The last thing I want is for customers to be cheated because everyone rated 5* just because I write on here!
Thanks for taking the time to read it!
Samantha or Sarah? The cover says Samantha, the fly leaf Sarah? The chapter title Sarah, the girl in it Samantha?
I Left a review and would urge others to read this. I did actually enjoy the book and thought that it was a plot that could be seriously developed- well done
Hi Simey, your ebook has been reviewed by "Team Cheeky" in Amazon.
Glad to see that it is making some progress! Wow the power of hub pages!
If anyine hasnt read it yet, have a read!
I wanted to read it but how do I get it? I don't have kindle
It'll be free on Amazon again on March 25 - I can also send in word format via email if anyone else is interested!
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