Two weeks ago I celebrated the release of my latest novella, Love's Refrain. It's my seventh published title, and I'm very happy with how the story turned out. It's another regency romance, and some of the characters from The Partridge and the Peartree, my most successful book to date, appear in Love's Refrain.
But my opinion of the book isn't as important as yours. If you've read it, did you like it? Did you see problems with it? No matter what your opinion is, the way to thank an author is to leave a review. Amazon is the place most people leave them. Just go to the book's Amazon page (click HERE) and then scroll down to Customer Reviews and then click on the button that says "Write a customer review." If you don't want to leave your own name, make one up. The important thing is to let others know that this book has been read and either a. you liked it, or b. it wasn't worth your time.
Truthfully, I'm hoping you're in the first category. But I'll endure a bad review, especially if it backs up the low rating with constructive criticism. Either way, you're helping me to grow as an author. If it's a good review, I can use it to help market my book. If it's a bad one, I will learn from it.
So if you're in the mood for a quick read, I've got the perfect story for you! (psst - if you click on the book cover above, it will take you to the Amazon page so you can either get the book, or leave a review!)