Sneak Peek: Enter To Win

Today we have a sneak peek from Enter To Win, the mystery novel by author Kirsten Jany.

Director Rob de Heer’s latest publicity stunt to revitalize his failing soap Crystal Falls – a contest giving viewers a chance to have a character shaped after them – seemed brilliant…right until Rob was found murdered on the set. Could the key to Rob’s death lie in the four finalists who have been invited to spend two weeks in a mansion in the Hollywood Hills? Now the police recruit Rob’s underpaid lackey Jeremy to babysit two liars, an accused wife killer, and a snitch under the guise of shooting a reality show that will crown one of them the winner. Competition has never been this deadly.

This book is available from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, and Amazon UK.

Here is an excerpt from Enter To Win

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Indie News Beat: Now With Extra Snark!

Greetings from the Indies Unlimited Broadcasting Plaza. Our satellites scour the cyberverse for news, views, and crap you can use.

Chris James is still on sabbatical, promoting his new book. So, get out there and buy some copies so I can put him back on the job.

In protest of his absence, I am now in the third hour of my six hour hunger strike. This is grueling, people! It’s hard not to just post links about bacon. Is that what you want? IS IT??? (ahem) Sorry, I get cranky when I’m hungry. Continue reading “Indie News Beat: Now With Extra Snark!”

Introducing ReviewBot!

[Indies Unlimited is proud to be sponsored in part by ReviewBot, an innovative technology from EvilCo.]

Have you toiled for months to produce a fascinating eBook? Did you do all the right things to promote it, giving away thousands of copies, only to find no one is posting reviews? Those days are over!

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ReviewBot uses a sophisticated review language randomizer so that each review is uniquely worded. The analyzer will assign a star-rating that is equal to the modal value of the reviews already on your book, or automatically assign five stars if your book has less than ten reviews.

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Beginner’s Guide To Making An Audiobook

Wouldn’t you like to give your book added appeal? Well, how about creating an audiobook to accompany it? According to my reliable sources, the DIY audiobooks offered as a freebie included with the Kindle book are popular. It’s a sort of loss-leader and attention grabber at the same time. Continue reading “Beginner’s Guide To Making An Audiobook”