Thursday, 2 April 2015

New Release: The Self Publishing Roadmap by RJ Crayton

More than a million books are self-published each year, and most disappear into the ether, seen by only a few. So, how do you self-publish your book and have it make a ripple in this giant self-publishing pond?

Designed for use by both the beginner and moderately experienced person, The Self-Publishing Road Map offers practical guidance to make your self-publishing journey a success. The book discusses how to ready your book for publication, where and how to publish online, how to get reviews, and how to market your title. This book gives you all the steps you need to successfully complete your self-publishing goals.

This isn't a get-rich-quick book, or a promise of untold riches. This is practical advice that pays off what you put into it. If you're ready to start your self-publishing journey, or already started and want somebody to ride shotgun and navigate, this is the book for you. Buckle up. It's time to go!


Where can I buy this book?
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00SSK3G14/ref=x_gr_w_bb?ie=UTF8&tag=x_gr_w_bb_uk-21&linkCode=as2&camp=1634&creative=6738 

http://www.amazon.com/The-Self-Publishing-Road-Map-Journey-ebook/dp/B00SSK3G14/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top?ie=UTF8 

About the Author!
R.J. Crayton grew up in Illinois and now lives in the Maryland suburbs of Washington, DC. She is the author of the Life First series of novels, which includes Life First and Second Life. Prior to writing fiction, Crayton was a journalist, writing for newspapers, including the Wichita Eagle and Kansas City Star. Crayton also worked for several trade publications, including Solid Waste Report, Education Technology News, and Campus Crime. Her first novels were published in 2013. The third novel in the Life First series, and a short story collection (Four Mothers), will be released in 2014. Crayton is a monthly contributor to the Indies Unlimited blog (http://www.indiesunlimited.com/author...) and a regular contributor to the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies blog (http://ieet.org/index.php/IEET/bio/cr...). When she's not writing, Crayton spends her time being a ninja mom (stealthy and ultra cool, like moms should be) to her son and daughter.


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Have you read these great books by RJ Crayton?

Strong-willed Kelsey Reed must escape tonight or tomorrow her government will take her kidney and give it to someone else.

In this future forged by survivors of pandemics that wiped out 80 percent of the world's population, life is valued above all else. The government of "Life First" requires the mentally ill to be sterilized, outlaws abortions and sentences to death those who refuse to donate an organ when told.

Determined not to give up her kidney, Kelsey enlists the help of her boyfriend Luke and a dodgy doctor to escape. The trio must disable the tracking chip in her arm for her to flee undetected. If they fail, Kelsey will be stripped of everything.


 "The plot was really well worked with lots of twists and surprises that keep you hooked. There was depth, drama, tension and action in this book that I didn't expect. The storytelling was done beautifully, and you can't help but care what happens to everyone involved."
-Chuckles Book Cave
 


Susan Harper is being held captive by her government in this romantic thriller, Second Life. As the normally feisty Susan’s hopes of freedom dwindle, a mysterious stranger sneaks into her room and promises to help her.

Susan and mystery man Rob grow close as he tries to orchestrate her escape. When the duo discovers the truth behind Susan’s captivity, they realize she is in grave danger, and they must act quickly. Susan and Rob will need more than passion for each other and their wits to succeed. They will need help from old friends, including Kelsey Reed.

In the previous book, Life First, Susan gave Kelsey a chance at a second life. But now will she get a chance at her own?


When Kelsey Reed fled her country to escape a forced kidney transplant, she was sure she’d never return. However, when her brother-in-law shows up on her doorstep, he commits an act of betrayal that changes everything.

Forced to head back to the nation that wants her dead, Kelsey will need the help of her husband Luke, and friends Susan and Rob to escape this new nightmare.



Four stories. Four mothers. Four crises. One great read. Sometimes, a mother’s flaws are dangerous.

Nobody is perfect at being a mother, and that is especially true for the mothers featured in this short story collection. While the stories span genres, they all touch on the condition of motherhood. In each story, we meet a mother as she deals with a real or perceived crisis and her flaws emerge. In Almost Perfect, Bitsy’s flaw causes her to take a truly horrendous action, proving that it’s not just stepmothers who are wicked. Tilda, the mother we meet in As Luck Would Have It, exudes luck from every pore, but she has flawed expectations that may end up shaping her daughter’s reality. Felicity is relishing her overbearing husband’s absence on a business trip, when her Two-Day Break suddenly turns into a nightmare. In The Beads, Iram is living a nightmare -- a child in a coma after nearly choking to death -- when something happens that affects her entire outlook. Also included in the collection is a bonus story, Lynch Party, about a mother who has a different perspective on what makes a great party activity.

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