*** Winners Announced ***
Please Contact me on ...
contact [at] traceyohara [dot] com
with your email details and I will arrange to have the ebook gift emailed to you from Amazon.
Thanks to everone who responded.
The other day I learned that our Aussie Borders stores will all be closing along with all the Angus and Robertson bookstores in Australia. The parent company has gone bust. This is the largest book chain in Australia and it really saddens me to see this. Then I was speaking to the manager of one of my favourite independent stores for Sci-Fi, Fantasy and Horror Galaxy Books which has had to downsize and move to a different location to survive. This makes me sad. One of my favourite things in the world to do is to go into a bookstore and browse the shelves. And I have to admit – if they are selling my book – then I am sure to get a bit of a thrill seeing it there. Not to mention all my friends books as well. So is this going to become a thing of the past.
|Keri Arthur and I at Galaxy Bookstore|
This made me review my own book buying process. I buy most of my physical books from my local independent store Intrigue Bookstore owned by the very lovely Margaret who has been a wonderful support of my books. I now also own a Kindle and I’m finding the eReader very convenient. Even if I have the paperback, I find I might even buy the Kindle version as well, especially if it is going through a promo period.
DEATH’S SWEET EMBRACE to $2.99 from Tuesday 7 June until 7 July. To celebrate this I am going to give away 3 Kindle versions of the ebook (it is the only format I know how to gift). But I am told it will be the same price everywhere including Amazon, Nook, iBook, Kobo, Sony and other ebook sellers.
So tell me your book buying habits. Are you still going to the bricks and mortar to get your reading fix; or do you buy online; or, like me, you do a combination of both. For a chance to win one of 3 Kindle eBook of Death's Sweet Embrace
Note: Special thanks to Kat at Book Thingo for the photo of Keri and I