Since I’m sadly lacking in reviews on both Amazon and Goodreads and especially Amazon verified purchase reviews, I’ve decided a little contest is in order to perhaps help with encouraging my readers to get those reviews in.
I have some very nice canvas book totes and jumbo coffee mugs just sitting around, as well as some Amazon gift cards burning a hole in my account. But here are the rules to enter…
Purchase either a Kindle or paperback copy of The Blue Diamond – The Razor’s Edge from Amazon
Email me the receipt
Read the book
Leave a review on Amazon
Get a bonus entry for posting your review to both Amazon and Goodreads.
Email me the link to your review(s)
Even if you’ve already purchased and read the book, I’ll accept your receipt.
THREE lucky winners will receive a Blue Diamond jumbo coffee mug.
THREE lucky winners will receive a Blue Diamond canvas book tote.
THREE lucky winners will receive a $10.00 Amazon gift card.
Winners will be chosen by random drawing.
Contest ends on 11-30-14.
Winners will be announced on 12-1-14.
Email receipts and review links to authorpsbartlett at aol.com.
Buy the Book HERE:
Thank you for playing!
If you have any questions, please post them below.
If you live outside of the USA and your name is drawn for a tote or mug, I will have to substitute with a gift card as shipping costs are outrageous. Thank you for your understanding.
I’m definitely a long shot but what the heck right? I’ve voted for my newest book, The Blue Diamond – The Razor’s Edge, in the Historical Fiction as well as the Romance category and you can too!
To vote for The Blue Diamond in Historical Fiction, click HERE.
To vote for The Blue Diamond in Romance, click HERE.
To vote for The Blue Diamond in Listopia, Click HERE.
I still believe as indies, we can win. If you believe it too, then cast your vote.
Another wonderful FIVE STAR review!
This link is to Goodreads. By all means, feel free to follow this link and add The Blue Diamond – The Razor’s Edge to your reading list. 🙂
Stacie’s review Oct 09, 14
5 of 5 stars
The Blue Diamond The Razor’s Edge is a compelling story of love, loss and second chances. Ivory is a strong willed and determined pirate who will stop at nothing to protect the ones she loves, but when romance is thrown in the mix anything can happen.
Orphaned at a young age, Ivory is left with only her cousins and their will to survive. They settle into a life on a farm away from the evils of the time, but life has other plans which becomes evident the night pirates arrive.
Transformed into a ruthless pirate, Ivory sails the seas. Her life now filled with adventure and freedom, that is until her ship, The Blue Diamond is attacked. Narrowly escaping with her life, Ivory ends up adrift in the sea until someone plucks her from it. Eluding to a rescue, Captain Carbonale tries to convince Ivory his only desire is to see her survive. Buying none of the pleasantries Captain Carbonale is selling, Ivory demands to be freed. When Carbonale refuses, Ivory finally discovers there is a bounty on her head and Captain Carbonale plan to collect it. Can Ivory escape or will Captain Carbonale win this battle that doesn’t require a pirate ship?
I am a fan of historical fiction as well as of the author, P.S. Bartlett. The Blue Diamond is yet another success as she spins a thrilling tale of adventure and love. The characters and setting are developed in such a way that draws readers in and the quick pace and continual action left me with a need to read on. The Blue Diamond The Razor’s Edge is a well written satisfying read.
I recommend grabbing a copy.
Stacy is a book blogger ( I LOVE HER) and here is a link to her web page: http://www.beachboundbooks.com/
I’ve added The Blue Diamond to a bunch of lists on Goodreads in hopes readers will vote for it and move it up into view. Why not try it I say!
I did this with Fireflies and was fortunate enough to have it go to number one on the Indie Fantasy List for April 2013. It looks quite lovely sitting there at number one but I have no idea if it really helped.
However, if you do use Listopia, do you ask for votes from your readers to move it up the list?
I figure it certainly can’t hurt. Here is the link to my Listopia lists for The Blue Diamond and if you read it when it comes out in two weeks (TWO WEEKS!!!) I’d love your vote, if for no other reason than just for fun!
If you’d like to add The Blue Diamond to your “To Read” list on Goodreads, just click on Ivory below to go the page.