Volunteers are a big part of the reason the Writers’ Police Academy is successful. Author Linda Lovely is one of our veteran volunteers, who not only works extremely hard during the Academy but for months in advance helping with chores like registration, newsletters, and the Golden Donut short story contest. This takes away from the time Linda has to promote her own books. So, I’m lending a hand with her Kindle Scout promotion. She submitted LIES, a suspense novel set in 1938, to Amazon’s Kindle Scout program.
If LIES earns enough “nominations” on the site, the odds are good that Amazon will publish and promote the e-book version.
Which brings me to YOU. Here’s the link to check out her novel: https://kindlescout.amazon.com/p/27OEA8N10JKGD If you like the descriptions and the opening chapters, just click on the Nominate button. If Amazon elects to publish LIES, everyone who nominates it will get a FREE ebook. So what do you have to lose? It’s a way to say thank you to a hard working WPA volunteer. e-book version.
Please, please, please support Linda.
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Following a career in PR, Linda Lovely now focuses on her first love—writing crime fiction. LIES, her new 1938 novel, is set in her hometown, Keokuk, Iowa. Her prior books are current-day Marley Clark Mystery novels and Smart Women, Dumb Luck romantic thrillers. She belongs to Sisters in Crime, Romance Writers of America, and International Thriller Writers. She credits her attendance at the Writers’ Police Academy with helping her make all of her mystery/thrillers more accurate and realistic. Plus she says the Academy is some of the most fun a mystery/thriller writer can have and it’s all legal. Linda and her husband live beside a Carolina lake, where she loves to read, swim, and garden, and dream up ways to do away (on paper) with the folks who annoy her.