So far I've had 4 reviews on Amazon (all of them 5 star ratings), but I've only had one on Smashwords and over at Goodreads.com. I really would like to see more, since most prospective readers like to see what others are saying about a new book.
So, in order to get them I'm offering 5 free E-Book copies through Smashwords. You'll be able to get your copy via a coupon I code I will be supplying any volunteers with.
For those who are not completely familiar with Smashwords, they have the following e-book formats avialable: (Nook, Kindle, Apple, Sony, and PDF). You'll have 1 month to read the book and provide a review on Smashwords and if you happen to have a Goodreads account, I would love to see it posted there as well.
BACK COVER SYNOPSIS OF THE NOVEL:
Cassandra Elliott is a billionaire heiress, who has just come out of the closet. She is also a powerful psychic who has seen incredible and terrifying things.
In fact, just two weeks ago she and her new girlfriend Julie Cloudfoot, survived a horrific battle with a creature from a parallel reality, where evolution took a decidedly different turn.
As a result of that encounter the two of them have come to Santa Cruz California to bury Julie's uncle who fell to the creature, and to see if their new relationship will work out. But an old adversary is stalking them. A white haired man with plans for Cassandra. However, before he can make a move, a new threat appears. A legendary ghost ship arises from the sea and marks Cassandra as it's next target.
Soon Cassie and Julie find themselves fighting not only for their loves, but to keep from being separated forever...
Send me a private message if you are interested. Thank you and I look forward to hearing back from some of you.
Take care and keep writing.
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