I am absolutely over the moon to be able to tell you that Finding Forever has won the Summer Indie Book Awards 2017 in the Thriller Category. I still don’t know how this happened. Okay, I do because it’s thank to everyone that voted, but it is something I never imagined happening when I picked up my pen last year and decided it was time to follow my dreams. Finding Forever was my first ever fiction piece and to have it pick up an award is just mind-blowing. I’d like to thank everyone who voted for my romantic suspense novella. You have no idea what this means to me.
This week has been amazing. My book Finding Forever has been nominated in the Summer Indie Book Awards for 2017 and voting began this week. To add to that, yesterday I received notification that my book Save Her Soul has also been nominated for an award in the Virtual Fantasy Con Awards 2017. I’m so blown away by this and truly humbled that my books have been nominated for awards. To celebrate I’m reducing both my books to 99cents for the month of September. This is your chance to read them if you haven’t already done so.
Finding Forever my romantic suspense novella is on sale for just 99cents until the 4th of September. The sale price is available in Kindle, iBooks, and Kobo so if you haven’t already read it, now is your chance to grab it.
Finding Forever: Book 1 of the Finding Series
When Liz wakes up on a beach wearing a tattered wedding dress and her dead husband in her arms, all she wants to do is die along with him. Instead she is unexpectedly rescued, but Charles’ body is left behind. She is determined to go back and recover Charles body to give a proper burial to her beloved.
To celebrate the release of Finding Forever on all major retailers and the fact that it is being produced as an audiobook, I have some free iBooks promo codes to give away to readers. I have a total of 20 free book codes so you need to be quick. If you claim one of the codes, please remember to comment on this post so everyone knows when they are gone.
Free iBooks Promo Codes for Finding Forever
I am delighted to announce that two of my poems have been published in the new I Have A Name: A Prose Collection About Disorders anthology, published by Creative Talents Unleashed. This book is available in paperback only at the moment and was published on the 12th of August 2017.
I Have A Name includes Poetry by Amanda J Evans
My poems, Destination Hope and Madness were selected for inclusion in this anthology. This is the second anthology that I have been included in with this publisher. Last year, I had two poems, Living for Love and Imperfectly Perfect, published in their Imperfect Paths anthology. My poem Imperfectly Perfect was also featured on the Creative Talents Unleashed website and can be read online by clicking on this link: Imperfectly Perfect by Amanda J Evans.
Today on my blog I’m delighted to bring you an interview with author J M Davies. I’ll let her introduce herself and answer all my questions.
Interview with Author J M Davies
Last week I had the pleasure of reading Death Made Me by Keeley Webb and I’ve posted my review below along with the book cover and description.
I absolutely loved this book and was gripped from the very first page. The author weaves an amazing tale of love and loss and the lessons learned in death. The writing is flawless and I loved the tone and style. The first half of the book tells Barry’s story and I loved all the characters and how they interact. I also loved the end of his section where he took his mother upon her death to be with his father. There were lots of moments throughout where I had tears in my eyes. Part two of the book is Emily’s story and once more I was gripped. I loved everything that happened and how all the characters grew and matured as the story continued. I found everything so believable as if I were a part of the story and this is what makes a great book for me. Being able to immerse myself in the story and become the characters. This truly was an amazing book and I can’t wait to read the sequel. This is one author I am adding to my watch list. If you are looking for something a little different that will grip you from the start and have you turning the pages, then this book is a great choice.