So for the month of October I decided to drop the price of Tattered Shadows to 99 cents. It has demons and ghosts and it’s a fun novella of the paranormal romance/fantasy genres. The problem is – how do I let people know it’s on sale this month?

I went back to one of my marketing references and paged through the links for where to post free ebooks – that’s right…FREE! There are very few places to post 99 cent books! Granted, I found a few (awesome gang and ereadercafe), but not nearly enough to justify the hour and a half I spent hunting them down and writing alternate descriptions of the book.

Since I went through all of that trouble, I’m going to post the information here…since I can.


It’s only 99 cents for the month of October!
Cleo DeMarius vowed she’d never return to her childhood home. For decades, she built a new life for herself, far away from the Crawford Family and the insults of “demon spawn” that they hurled at her as a child. Cleo was never, never, never going back – until she was issued a summons she couldn’t refuse. That’s the downside of being a half-demon – you just can’t refuse to be summoned, no matter how much you want to.

When Cleo shows up she finds the family mansion is being devoured by an evil black rot and the Crawford’s have no idea how to contain it. None of them will admit to having summoned Cleo, and the old feelings of being an outcast return to keep Cleo angry and reluctant to help.

A ghost, a rogue demon, and an investigator from the United Coven and Alliance further complicated Cleo’s already tense homecoming. Cleo must confront the real and imagined demons of her past in order to leave Crawford Mansion – and those demons might be looking for their own revenge.

The link is at the top of the page for the Amazon edition.


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