The World of Neal James and his Crime Detective Novels

Interview snippet Q1) Tell us a bit about your books. I have four books already published, and A Ticket to Tewkesbury (ISBN 9781905809349) was the first, in 2008.  It begins as a love story, back in 1946, and is brought to the present day by the discovery of an old letter written, but not posted.  The story then takes you into the dark, murky waters of espionage, as competing parties vie for possession of a set of secret files brought back from Germany by a soldier at the end of WWII. Short Stories Volume One (ISBN 9781905809608) , released in 2009, is an anthology encompassing horror, crime, romance, science-fiction, humour fantasy and adventure.  There are 36 pieces varying in length from 1,000 to 3,000 words. Two Little Dicky Birds (ISBN 9781905809936), 2010’s novel, tells the story of the search for a serial killer who, between 1975 and 1992, terrorized England and took the lives of 18 innocent victims.  It also tells the tale of the rise through the ranks of PC Paul Townle

Free eBook Promotion from Spring Leaf Books August 28 - 30, 2012 #Kindle #eBook #freebook

Spring Leaf Books has announced that the e-book edition of 'The Kipper Patrol' by Louise Wilkinson is free on Amazon from 28 - 30 August, 2012. If you haven't picked up any of Louise Wilkinson's publications yet, this is a great opportunity to try one of them for free. "The story of young pilots who’s lives were dramatically changed during World War II, as they played a significant part to defend the United Kingdom." Thornaby, 1930, saw the formation of 608 squadron Auxiliary Air Force. Remembered by some veterans as “the kipper patrol,” their job as part of Coastal Command, involved protecting shipping convoys, looking for submarines and defending the northern supply routes. The Kipper Patrol serves as an insight into the history of this squadron, as well as the history of Thornaby Aerodrome itself. It uses as its basis, a series of interviews with veterans from the squadron and presents their memories of squadron life, along with many of their personal

How to Launch a Bestselling Book | By Michael Hyatt

By Michael Hyatt Summary by First three disclaimers: • I can’t promise this will work for you. • This assumes you have a wow product. • This doesn’t include what the publisher did. Okay, with that out of the way, here are the seven actions I took: 1. I set a specific goal. 2. I assumed personal responsibility.    Why? Three reasons:    *No one knows the product better than I do.    *No one can be a better spokesperson than I am.    *No one has more at stake than I do. 3. I engaged my tribe early. 4. I secured endorsements. 5. I formed a launch team. 6. I focused the promotion. 7. I created a can’t-say-no offer. Read full Article:

Neal James - Waterstones Book Signing 01.09.12

Neal James will be signing copies of his four published books. Date: Saturday, 01 September 2012 Time: 10.30am Address: Waterstone's Leeds, 93-97 Albion Street, Leeds LS1 5JS Further details: Tel: 0843 290 8443 E-mail: Site: If you are unable to attend an event. Waterstone's can often reserve signed copies. Please contact the host shop for details. Neal James is the author of four books: 'A Ticket to Tewkesbury' , 'Short Stories - Volume One' , 'Two Little Dicky Birds' and 'Threads of Deceit' . These novels are available on Amazon Kindle and Google Play. Soon to be released on Kobo. We wish Neal James the very best with this events.

Kindle Book Promotion With Twitter-Tips and Best Practices |

Twitter is a great tool to use by itself, or in conjunction with other social media tools, when you want to give a bit of oomph to your book promotion. Here are some tips to make Twitter worth your while. 1. Tweet good information regularly Communicating frequently is key to effectively communicating with your followers. Firstly, it keeps your name in their minds, secondly you must tweet useful and specific information relating to your book and its subject matter. This makes them continue to follow you, plus when they retweet your useful information, others follow, thus increasing your potential sales audience. If you have a blog, make sure you tweet your new blog posts as well. Try tweeting facts, quotes, or controversial opinions about your book topic to your audience.   2. Retweet and Credit other people’s tweets Finding and reposting relevant tweets is a great way to build relationships with others and show that you respect the community.   3. Develop relationships with fellow a

Book Savvy Spotlight on Peter Good

Bringing you exclusive interviews with authors featured in the Book Savvy Newsletter. Our Guest is Peter Good * Enjoy the interview. Q1. Can you tell us a little about yourself and your book 'The Creator's Diet'? I'm a Q1. Can you tell us a little about yourself and your book 'Ndlovu-The White Elephant'? I was born in Kenya. Lived in the 'outbacks' of Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania, before going to Rhodesia in 1958. I joined the BSA Police Force in 1959 - serving till 1967. The book is about a retired ex-police constable, who commits a murder, flees the country, but returned as the leader of a terrorist gang. He is on a diabolical mission, he is wily and ruthless, but he has one fear - a recurring dream in which he is crushed and gored by an elephant, that appears white in colour, and remembers that the police officer that is after him, was given the name NDLOVU - meaning elephant by the local chief as he never forgot a criminal till he caught him.

Free eBook Promotion from Spring Leaf Books August 21 - 23, 2012 #Kindle #eBook #freebook

Spring Leaf Books has announced that the e-book edition of '90 Minutes Is Not Enough' by Robert Mann is free on Amazon from 21 - 23 August, 2012. If you haven't picked up any of Robert Mann's publications yet, this is a great opportunity to try one of them for free. "A fast-paced story of the rise of a football team from obscurity to premier league status." The Plot Have you ever wondered if your local town's football team could make it in the Nationwide League and how they would get on? Meet the players, manager and the somewhat unorthodox chairman as they go from the obscurity of non league football to the glory of being the winners of the first domestic final in England played at the new Wembley in their inaugural season in the league. Follow their progress in a breathtaking rollercoaster of a journey around the football grounds of England, spiced with a bit of romance, a lot of skulduggery and some very unexpected twists. Essentially, it’s all