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I’ve entered my new Detective Al Warner thriller, BORN TO DIE, with a new Amazon endeavor: Kindle Scout. This is new a E-Publishing company. Amazon will promote all its approved entries on individual “campaigns,” where readers can see it, read excerpts, and, IMPORTANTLY, nominate it for publishing. Highly nominated novels can get published by Amazon on line, and get serious publicity. This is the link:

https://kindlescout.amazon.com/p/2P319D5MO4RTX

I hope you look at the page and take the 30-seconds it’ll take to nominate the novel, and if Kindle Scout decides to publish BORN TO DIE, everyone who nominated it is supposed to receive a free Kindle copy of the novel, about a $5.00 value. Only 8 days left to vote.

My first 3 novels have all garnered mostly 5-Star & 4-Star reviews. I’ve now finished my 4th novel, BORN TO DIE, the 2nd of my Detective Al Warner series. I’ve entered this novel with a new Amazon endeavor: Kindle Scout. This is new a E-Publishing company. Amazon will promote all its approved entries on individual “campaigns,” where readers can see it, read excerpts, and, IMPORTANTLY, nominate it for publishing. Highly nominated novels can get published by Amazon on line, and get serious publicity. You can see my campaign at this link:

https://kindlescout.amazon.com/p/2P319D5MO4RTX

starting on Sept 10 and lasting for 30 days. The key is to get lots of nominations. There is no cost to you, and in fact, if BORN TO DIE is published by Amazon, I believe everyone who nominated it will get a free Kindle version of the complete novel, about a $5 value. FYI, you can download the Kindle App FREE to ANY tablet or computer. You don’t need a Kindle reader.

So PLEASE, click on the link (above), take a quick peek… or stop to read the entire preview… and then NOMINATE THE BOOK. This may be my best chance to get the broader recognition for my work that readers seem to feel I deserve.

My newest romantic suspense novel, A 3rd TIME TO DIE, (http://www.amazon.com/dp/0989468100)
has had a price reduction by Amazon, which is offering it at $12.68, a 20% reduction. It is also avaiable as a Kindle from the same site.

The novel is also featured as a “New Release” at the World Literary Cafe:

http://www.worldliterarycafe.com/content/promotion-july-new-release-0

and will be on a mini-virtual book tour, starting on July 12

Today’s stop on my Virtyual Book Tour is at “Creating Imaginations:

http://creating-imaginations.blogspot.com/2013/02/orangeberry-book-tours-trapped-by.html

where the are doing a feature on TRAPPED. Tomorrow’s stop will be at “Brainy Reads:” http://brainyreads.blogspot.com/

where they will post one (or more) of several Guest Posts I’ve written. They are also doing a review of TRAPPED, but may not have it finished yet. By the end of the “Tour,” these various bloggers will have posted at least 13 more reviews, both on their own sites, and at places like Amazon, Goodreads, Shelfari, etc. There may be more, too, because 8 of 10 dates are still open in March. Hopefully, some if not all of those will fill up soon.

My Author’s Page with Orangeberry, listing the entire schedule, is:

http://blog.orangeberrypromo.com/2013/01/george-bernstein/

Today’s stop is at “The Next Big Thing” blog: http://thenextbigbookthing.blogspot.com/

I have a Guest post on My Journey to Getting Published, and there’s a book feature. Eventually, they will also post a review.

You can visit my Orangeberry Page, with the complete tour schedule at: http://blog.orangeberrypromo.com/2013/01/george-bernstein/

There’s Guest Posts and Interviews at almost every stop.

Today, my Virtual Book Tour is stopping at The Reading Cat (http://thereadingcat.blogspot.com/), where they’re featuring a Guest Post by me about Becoming a Better Writer. There’s also a feature of TRAPPED, and they are supposed to post a review of the novel, but that’s not up yet.

You can check the entire schedule for my Book Tour at:
http://blog.orangeberrypromo.com/2013/01/george-bernstein/

The tour was booked through Orangeberry and so far it seems to be doing quite well. Let me know aht you think.

I’ll keep you posted.

Probably much like most authors, I thought I was pretty good. Unfortunately, we’re rarely a good judge of that…but out readers are!

I’ve got to admit, I’m a little awed by the terrific response Trapped has generated. All I’m hearing is how wionderful the book is, that they can’t put it down, and especially…that they LOVE the ending. One reader confessed she read the ending 3 times, she enjoyed it so much. Two nueroligists complimented me on the quality of my research into “Locked-in Syndrome.”

So far, only 5-Star reviews on Amazon, and several readers have bought multiple copies to give as gifts. I hope everyone who loves the book will leave a review at Amazon or Goodreads…or both…and then recommend Trapped to their friends and e-mail list. That’s how best-sellers are born!

Thanks again for all the wonderful support.