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Fading Echoes
By Jaime McDougall
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 127,370. Language: English. Published: March 9, 2013 by InkyBlots. Category: Fiction
In a town full of werewolves and legends, Charlotte Peterson is unique. As the first ‘pure-bred’ werewolf in Echo Falls, she struggles to fit in even amongst her pack.
So You Want an Online Book Tour
By Jaime McDougall
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 13,970. Language: English. Published: October 26, 2011 by InkyBlots. Category: Nonfiction
With the new world of publishing comes a new world of promoting your books! So You Want an Online Book Tour starts with what online book tours are and ends at a link index of online tour companies, book trailer makers and more. It takes you through all the steps of coordinating an online book tour - whether you decide you want to coordinate your own or work with a publicist to create a tour.
Echo Falls
By Jaime McDougall
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 59,840. Language: English. Published: August 2, 2011 by InkyBlots. Category: Fiction
Running from a nightmare stalking her every move, Phoebe Martin arrives in Echo Falls hoping she has finally found a safe place to stop. But trouble has a way of catching up and soon the signs are there. After a vicious attack in an alley, policeman Aidan O'Bryan is left with Phoebe as his only path to understanding why the Echo Falls werewolf pack - his pack - is being attacked...
So You Want to Write a Guest Post: An Author’s Guide to Promoting with Guest Blogging [Revised Edition]
By Jaime McDougall
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 9,530. Language: English. Published: May 13, 2011 by InkyBlots. Category: Nonfiction
The publishing world keeps on changing and, now more than ever, it is important for authors to have a presence on the internet. But where do you start? So You Want to Write a Guest Post is an easy to follow guide that will help you connect to bloggers and to write guest posts that get potential readers interested in your book.

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  • BestsellerBound Short Story Anthology on Aug. 06, 2011
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    Ten shorts from different genres and all for free? Well done. This book is like a tasting platter at a lovely restaurant; not everything was quite to my tastes, but I'm glad that I gave it a try.
  • Alone (Vampires and the Life of Erin Rose - 1) on Nov. 06, 2011
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    This is a hard book to review because I know it's going to look like I'm tearing it to pieces, but I only do that with books I read that I feel have a lot of good/a lot of potential. Alone is definitely one of those books. I love stories that involve amnesia and having to investigate to find out ones identity. I also like Perlow's choice to separate out the vampires and giving them a 'who is the real bad guy?' war between them. That being said, Alone doesn't quite make it as a favourite for a few reasons. After the first chapter, the reader jumps two years into the future. I didn't understand the jump or even the purpose of the jump. At no point did I feel it was necessary to the plot to have that jump. I think the matter of Erin's amnesia could have been handled better. Admittedly, in this day and age, amnesia like hers is hard to handle - especially when you want to keep the reader in the dark - but it continued to bother me throughout the book. For example, she has a license, a lease on an apartment and a bank account - all of which you need a good amount of identifying documentation to get. If all of that had been set up for her, documents forged, officials bought off… Anything like that could have worked for the story, but those things simply weren't addressed and it didn't work at all for me. Even more so after the two year jump when she had more than enough time to find these things out. Erin herself was a cold character. She seemed to be more vampire than the vampires with little emotions and little response to pain - even her fingers being broken. Little touches could have gone a long way to making Erin seem more human. Yet, even with those things, I kept reading. I got sucked into the mystery and wanted to keep going. In that, Perlow did very well.
  • Effie At The Wedding on Nov. 07, 2011
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    This is an enjoyable short story that I read before going to bed last night. Very relaxing, and it made me smile.
  • Sealed With a Kiss on Oct. 04, 2013
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    A nice, sweet para rom that I would love to see expanded into a novella.