Monday, January 25, 2016

Gods of Our Fathers Promotion

      As many of you know, my latest novel Gods of Our Fathers launched this past Christmas Eve. In order to keep sales, hence visibility, up I'm offering a promotional deal: The tenth person who buys Gods of Our Fathers on Kindle gets a free $25 Amazon or Kindle gift card. That's a pretty good deal considering my royalties for 10 sales would come to the price of a $25 card.
     And, just so the other edition doesn't get left out, the tenth person who buys the paperback version direct from the Create Space estore also gets a $25 gift card. With a list price of $8.99 plus shipping, that's like getting all your money back plus almost 100% more. Again, that's a better deal for you than it is for me because as with the Kindle version, buying a $25 gift card would nullify all my royalties for 10 paperback sales.
     To qualify for the promotion that will last until the tenth copy of each edition is bought, all you need to do is email me at with proof of purchase (such as forwarding me the confirmation from either vendor of your purchase then telling me which card you'd prefer) and when you're the tenth buyer, I'll let you know and you can send me a mailing address to where I can send the gift card.
     If you've already bought the book in either format, I'm sorry. But that's not to say you can't buy another copy for a friend or loved one (You can send a Kindle as a gift) and put yourself back in the running. Or, if you haven't bought it yet, buy two and skip ahead one place in line. You never know- You could be the ninth and lucky tenth buyer.
     So if you love historical thrillers or just period literature, this exciting tale of the first days of the Boston Police Department will be perfect for you. And if you buy and read it, please write and post a review. Reviews tell potential buyers that a book is being both bought and read and is one that inspires feedback.


At January 26, 2016 at 9:27 AM, Anonymous Comrade Rutherford said...

I'm a little more than half way through it, and I am enjoying it very much. It did take me about 60 pages to 'get into it', but I am glad I stuck with it. It is quite interesting, indeed.

In as few words as possible, I'd describe this book as a period piece mystery. I don't want to put it down, but life intervenes, you know, going to work, making dinner, putting kids to bed. But I always come back to it because it is an interesting story and well written, at that.

Thanks, JP. I am glad to be finally reading something of yours. And I am pleased to find it this good.

At January 26, 2016 at 12:31 PM, Blogger jurassicpork said...

"Finally reading something of (mine)?" Didn't you ever get around the reading Tatterdemalion?


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