So, I’m going to try this again even though this is the part that I still despise with a fiery passion: asking for help. As a raging introvert, this part is excruciating, but necessary when you are an indie author.
I’m offering up my book, An Unexpected Turn, in exchange for a review. If you are awesome enough to volunteer, please drop me a note through my contact page with a link to where you review books (blog, Goodreads, Instagram, wherever). My only requirement is that you DO write book reviews and that you will give me a heads up when you post the review (sorry, I have to set some boundaries). Do note: I’m not asking for a GOOD review, just an honest one.
I’ll provide your preferred ebook format for any platform I’ve published on. I also have 2 paperback copies available (first come, first serve to US residents only on the paperback) if that is your preference. I’ll add a copy or snippet of your review to my AUT page with a link back to your review site as an additional thanks. (unless you don’t want that, then that’s okay too!)
Massive thank you in advance to those that volunteer!
If you are feeling especially generous, feel free to help in my quest to get into as many libraries as possible. Simply request the ebook version through your local library.
For those that haven’t seen it… the blurb… (oh, and I thought I’d mention that this falls into the women’s fiction and family life/drama genres)
“When I take a good look at my reflection, I’m surprised that the face looking back at me in the mirror doesn’t look different than the one I’ve seen staring back at me for the last 27 years. I see the same brown hair and brown eyes, the same heart-shaped face, the same upturned nose. I feel like I should look different. That my face should show the upheaval and the weight of the last day, that it should somehow show how much has happened, how the course of my life has changed, but everything is still the same.”
Life is rarely ever predictable. It is rarely even kind. But… sometimes… just sometimes, those unexpected turns that throw you into the chaos and upheaval of loss lead you to the exact place you need to be.
This is a story about love, but it isn’t a romance. It is about holding on when it would be easier to let go, about fighting for those that can’t fight for themselves. It is about finding and creating family through the unpredictable, beautiful mess that is life.
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TJ, I have read the book, but honestly don’t typically ever write reviews. I remember LA noting your book was on her reading list, and so I purchased it and read it, but was sort of hoping she was going to feature a discussion on her blog about this book, and maybe others. I can definitely attempt the library task though if that helps!
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Thank you so much! I do appreciate it. The library definitely helps me reach that part of my goal and would be awesome. If your library picks it up, would you mind sending me a note of where it is located (won’t divulge your location if you want to keep it private)? I would love to keep track of the different libraries this ends up in.
LA had said something about a discussion then had computer issues and I haven’t seen anything from her recently. She still might if she gets those issues resolved. I loved the idea of the online book discussion (and not just my book), so I hope she gets back soon.
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