Thursday, 27 April 2017

Willoughby the Narrator - the launch!!


At last, you can read the whole story of Willoughby the Narrator!



Just where did Willoughby, one of Humphrey’s friends in the Talent Seekers, learn his ninja skills?  How did he come to be a Narrator?  And what happened after he fell from the high tower at Castle Deeping?  Discover Willoughby’s origins, his big secret, and follow his adventurers as he travels around the Realms, telling stories and acting as an undercover agent for the rich and powerful!

Willoughby is Book 7 in the Princelings of the East series.

Buy Willoughby the Narrator now:


ebook: iTunes ** B&N ** Kobo ** Smashwords
PaperbackAmazon.com ***  Book Depository

Not started the series yet?

Until 12th May 2017, get the Princelings Box set (books 1 - 3) at Smashwords for just $1.99.  That's three ebooks which usually retail on Amazon at $6.97 for just $1.99.  Use the coupon code AD68D.

Want a chance to WIN Willoughby the Narrator?

Just go to Jemima Pett's launch for Willoughby the Narrator and enter the Rafflecopter.  Entries open worldwide: closing date May 5th 2017.


Goodreads Giveaways

In conjunction with this book launch we have two separate Goodreads giveaways

1) The Princelings of the East (Book 1 of the series)  paperback copies to 2 lucky winners in US, UK, Canada or Australia.

Goodreads Book Giveaway

The Princelings of the East by Jemima Pett

The Princelings of the East

by Jemima Pett

Giveaway ends May 02, 2017.
See the giveaway details at Goodreads.
Enter Giveaway
2) Willoughby the Narrator (Book 7 of the series). Paperback copy to one winner worldwide.

Goodreads Book Giveaway

Willoughby the Narrator by Jemima Pett

Willoughby the Narrator

by Jemima Pett

Giveaway ends May 18, 2017.
See the giveaway details at Goodreads.
Enter Giveaway



Saturday, 8 April 2017

Choosing Keywords - reblogged from the Story Reading Ape

Choosing Keywords is a terrific guest post on TSRA from Jaq. D Hawkins


We’ve all dealt with it. We get our book files ready, check one last time for any typos that might have slipped through, get a cover file ready and write the crucial blurb that will sell or fail to sell our book… once someone actually sees it.
Then we get down to the line for selecting keywords and the fate of the book’s discoverability lies in the careful selection of a few words or terms that we predict people will use to search for a book just like the one we’re about to upload.
On Amazon, usually the seller that results in the largest percentage of sales, we get a limit of seven words or terms. How do we choose the keywords that will bring our book to the attention of our target audience?
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