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March 2, 2022

Message to reviewers
I hope that you enjoyed reading (or still are) my novella. I used several platforms to gather reviews for this book, and have been pleased by both the number of reviews and the high ratings. As newsletter subscribers, one of the benefits of putting up with weekly (maybe soon to be bi-weekly) is getting an advance copy of a book before the other plebeians—umm, I mean the lovely general non-subscriber public.
Just a quick reminder that once you post your review, let me know and I will take you off this list and move you to the main one because we are having fun over there (well, it is fun but it's the same stuff, minus the review info).

Here are the preferred platforms, choose any or all:

Please share your review on any of your social media platforms. Word of mouth is a very powerful marketing tool.

I know what you are thinking, "That's the same info as last week (and the week before)!", and you are correct. Lazy? Naw, just efficient.

I appreciate your support. Now onto the newsletter!
In this issue:
  • Newsletter changes
  • From my blog
  • Interview Sneak Peek: Marcus Alexander Hart
  • BookFunnel/StoryOrigin Promos
  • Book and Merch links

Newsletter Changes

I enjoy putting together the newsletters, but it is a lot of work.
I enjoy putting together the interviews, but it is a lot of work.
I enjoy blogging, but it is a lot of work.
I enjoy writing, but it is a lot of work.

So, you are saying you don't want to do that work?
No, just not all at once.

Here is the updated newsletter schedule:

Every second week, you will get the newsletter you have grown to adore, chock full o' hilarity,  amusing anecdotes, blog highlights and book promos.

Just like this one?
Just like this one.

On the other weeks, a shortened version with the interview links and any other time sensitive promos or newsworthy items will be sent. 

You can always visit my blog for content during the week. 


In Conversation with: Marcus Alexander Hart

Interview with Marcus Alexander Hart
Pass: LbL



From my Blog

Free Book Friday Feb 25: In Conversation with Daniel Gibbs
Music Monday: Songs you might want to hear – Kodaline

The rest can be found here: 

Reads From StoryOrigin and BookFunnel: 

StoryOrigin and BookFunnel allows authors to advertise their books to each other's audience. I hope you have been able to discover a new favorite!

Featured Author: James Murdo

James Murdo was born and raised in London, where he still lives. He graduated from university with a Masters degree in Physics, which added fuel to his early love of science fiction. All of James' books are set in the Wanderer Universe.

Try your hand at audiobook reviewing: Free Audible code


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Titles with 4 and 5 star ratings (10 reviews or more)


Titles with 4 and 5 star ratings (less than 10 reviews)





I decided to take a few weeks off from coming up with odd ideas -- No, that's not right, I always have odd ideas, I'm just not going to put them on paper . . .
That's all for this week. Thank you for supporting me on my journey, 


(Don't forget to check out my handy links below!)
In my Zazzle Store: There are always sales going on in my store (I don't set them), usually between 10-20% and sometimes as much as 50%!

Lines by Leon on Zazzle

 and many more designs.
There are always discounts on the site, not always all products, but I haven't seen full price often, so check it out for gift ideas.
Book Links: 

For the poetry lovers:                                                   Sci-fi Fans:
Purchase signed paperback direct                  Paperback ($5.99) and Kindle 
from the author: Books/Merch                                       on Amazon
Review Links

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