As you may know, I did a super-successful promotion last week on Bookbub. If you don’t use Bookbub, you might want to give it a try. They send daily emails to readers with fantastic deals on books in the genres you like. Books are often free or on sale at .99. Bookbub is how I find most of the new authors I read and you can often get great deals on books by established authors too. The nice thing about Bookbub is that they have an editorial staff who vet the books before they get into the email. Not only do you get great deals on good books (I offered Cabal for free) but you help the authors immensely too. If you are interested in giving Bookbub a try, you can check them out here.

I am very excited about the progress on Jailed. I am closing in on the ending and it has some great twists and turns, including some romantic ones. I’ll keep you posted on Facebook too. You can follow me here.

Lastly, I did another six-month promotion which ended on June 30th. People who recommended my books to friends or family had their names put into a draw for a $50 (£35) gift card. The winner was Carole from Exeter, Ontario, Canada who chose an Amazon gift card.

On the home front, all is well except that we are surrounded by forest fires. They are all far enough away not to be a threat but the air quality is so bad that we are staying indoors and getting a little stir crazy. And I don’t get to sit on the deck and enjoy an after-writing beer. 🙁

I hope all is well with you and the people you love.

Very best wishes,

Robert.

P.S. This newsletter goes out to everyone on my email list. If you are on the list, you are first in line for information and special deals on books and you can get advanced copies by being on the Launch Team for new books. You can join up here.

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