As I mentioned eariler this month, State of Grace is part of World Literary Cafe’s Read and Review program for June. Each month, WLC suggests a number of books to its members and encourages them not only to read them but also to review them on WLC and other sites such as Goodreads and Amazon.
The last bit is critically important. As I’ve written before, reviews are the lifeblood of books in the new electronic publishing environment. Most sites don’t require a lot — just a few sentences saying whether you liked it or not. You don’t have to be a New York Times book critic to write a decent review.
Now’s the perfect time to pick up a copy of State of Grace. The eBook edition is only 99 cents at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Smashwords. With it being part of WLC’s Read and Review program, adding a review makes perfect sense.
And State of Graceisn’t the only book participating in the program. There are more than 20 books being featured this month. Follow the link below to WLC’s Read and Review feature page. EAch book cover image is linked to its Amazon page, so you can click on it to read the blurb, check out a sample, and buy it if you like. Have a look at State of Grace and maybe find something else there you like too.
It’s a rough world out there in publishing. Indie authors need your support. If you read a book you like, please take the time to leave a review. It can make a real difference to an author.