Author generosity … book giveaway extended!

As I continue on this adventure of reviewing books, I am finding most authors and/or their publishers to be generous souls. If they want to promote their books, and have the budget to offer a few for free to my readers, they will do so. It all helps with image of both author and publisher, and also puts more books out there. It’s not easy selling books, promotion is hard work. That’s one reason I enjoy helping in my own small way.  But …

Things don’t always go as planned.

Storms happen. Internet connections drop. Books aren’t scooped up for reasons we don’t understand … because … did you mean to enter the draw but forgot?

If you wanted your own copy of the adult mystery thriller The Tipping Point by Walter Danley, but you missed the deadline, don’t be discouraged. Even though the giveaway dates have passed, Walter has generously offered a copy of his book to be given to YOU if you are among the first five persons to leave a comment. (click HEREto read about Walter) How generous is that! Five e-books being given away.The Tipping Point. Walter DanleyPlease don’t delay, leave your comment today! Walter will be happy to respond because he wants to give you an e-copy of his book – The Tipping Point – a thrilling crime story filled with mystery, action, suspense, and interesting characters.

Thanks for reading, and … Creative Musings!   🙂


2 responses to “Author generosity … book giveaway extended!

  1. What a fascinating interview. Nice to “meet” you, Walter. Congratulations on your novel. Best wishes for your writing success. I like for my books to come out in ebook and print at the same time too, but that doesn’t always happen. I’m just happy to see them published. 🙂

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  2. Hi Beverly;
    What an honor to have an author win a copy of my novel, The Tipping Point! And a Texas author to boot. (Pun intended) Yes, I like to know the folks that read my books, so I peeked in on FB and your blog. I was so pleased when Lynn asked me to do an interview with her. I hope that you enjoyed reading it as much as I did working with Lynn to do the thing. She worked diligently, and I think that shows in her questions.

    I hope that you will let me know what you think of the book, after you’ve had the chance to read it. Really, Beverly, I know I need not say this to a fellow writer, but “from the shoulder” would be your honest evaluation and that will be valuable to my craft. Enjoy it and stay in touch.


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