The emergence of eBooks has increased publishing opportunities (like big time). Small presses are flourishing. Large ones, floundering in a rapidly changing publishing environment – an environment in which book promotion increasingly falls on the author’s shoulders.

This is not all bad news. Sites like Goodreads and online bookstores, like Amazon, have given readers a greater stake in author success.

You can help me (or your favourite authors) by  leaving a short review (a few words) on Goodreads, Amazon (you don’t have to have purchased a book on Amazon to leave a review), or any other ebook site. Alternatively, you can share your opinions on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Instagram, or wherever you hang out on social media. If you are feeling extra energetic, you consul add me to a Goodreads list. Here are some lists that are applicable.

 

Romance in Wales or Welsh heroes and heroines 

Wales and the Welsh

Novels inpsired by Welsh fairy tales

Best coming-of-age stories

Teen historical fiction

Inspired by fairy tales (not retellings)

Books based on Myths Legends Fairy Tales and Folk Tales

Books I will share with my daughter

Ship Ahoy!

Immigrant experience literature

If you live in an area with a good local bookstore, tell them about The Tides Between. Tell your local library too. In Australia, public libraries purchase most books requested by borrowers. Authors receive paid public lending rights.

Book Details

ISBN: 978-1-925652-22-2 (pbk) | 978-1-925652-23-9 (ebook)

Category: Young Adult / Historical Fiction

Trade paperback: 300 pages

Publication Date: 20 October 2017

RRP: AU $23.95 (pbk) | $5.99 (ebook)

So, if you liked The Tides Between, don’t be shy. Get out there and sing its praises. If you didn’t like it, well…you’re welcome to keep that song to yourself. 🙂

Hwyl!