Monday, February 27, 2012

Manic Monday

It's been an odd weekend. My Android is once again refusing to let me listen to voicemail. Good thing I have two phones. I was in a hurry in the shower last night and decided to use the 2-in-1 shampoo/conditioner. Only after I was out of the shower and dressed did I discover I had washed my hair with conditioner. Just conditioner.


When I say I can no longer walk and chew gum simultaneously, I mean it.


I woke up--at 4:30, to get Collin off to work (craptacular as always)--and found I'd received an email from my good friend and fellow author Beth Muscat. Beth had been monitoring the start of Final Hours' free book promotion at Amazon. The early numbers are very good, but I couldn't figure out how it had ranked so high in suspense and literary fiction. This novel is neither of the two!



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Could you live a lifetime in twenty-four hours?

Jamie Randall thought he had it all...until a close brush with death brought him face-to-face with the one thing that was missing from his life. Now, facing his own mortality once again, he will have to make a choice: one chance to live, or one chance to set things right in his troubled life....

Norma Beishir is the author of sixteen novels, many of which have been bestsellers. Check out her website at http://beishir-books.com/


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But those numbers are good. I'm going to just hope everyone who downloaded it read the product page and reviews and knows what they're getting.


Then I went to the product page for Chasing the Wind and found a new review. Was it helpful to me? Oh, yeahhhhhh! I think I'll just shut up and stop complaining now....



1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
4.0 out of 5 stars AwesomeFebruary 27, 2012
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This review is from: Chasing The Wind (Messiah Project) (Kindle Edition)
I could not put it down. This book has everything, romance, adventure, suspense. 
You will have strong feelings for these characters, whether it is love,respect 
or hatred. One of the best books I have read.
The reason I gave it four stars is because a few pages were repeated and 
all through the book it would change from being written in first person to 
third. Poor editing not writing. I am trying to find the sequel now. 
Haven't located it on Amazon.
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8 comments:

  1. Was a bit worried, then smiled. That great review puts the morning to rest. Hope the good news continues.

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  2. Strange day, bad day, good day, great day !
    Very Manic Monday and the the Bangles were great !

    cheers, parsnip

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  3. I'm glad that it's doing so well. I put it where I could this morning before going to work. And, I will continue to put it everywhere I can.

    I'm sorry that it's in the wrong category, but it's doing so well, and it's such a great book, it really shouldn't matter. You know it was my favourite!!

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  4. Definitely a manic Monday! You're doing well!

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  5. And your writing crosses boundaries between genres as it is!

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  6. I agree with William; it seems your writing does cross genres! Versatile is a great thing-- most of the time. And the review is great, too. Good luck, Norma! Great job!

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  7. Seems all was wonderful! The review is great!

    All the best!

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  8. That's fantastic! Gotta love new reviews (that are nice!) -- it makes the heart sing!

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