D J Lowbridge is a science fiction, paranormal and horror author from Essex, United Kingdom. He has two small children and 2 rabbits, 2 guinea pigs, 2 tanks of fish and a Leopold Gecko named Steph. He enjoys spending time at the beach; particularly going crab catching.
Ghost Haunts is a collection of short stories that will take you on an emotional journey exploring another realm. From the anguished depths of despair to a lingering love that cannot be divided we meet relentless tormentors, omens of impending doom and love that continues beyond the grave.
Smashwords Book Marketing Guide
on May 15, 2011
This is an excellent book for the newbie indie author and those who are experienced alike. If you want your book to succeed, then this is a must read! I am implementing a lot of the advice right now, ready for my own books' release in the future.
Smashwords Style Guide
on May 16, 2011
This book is designed to help people get the most out of their own books on smashwords and it certainly does that. If you follow the guide to the letter you will get the best distribution you could possibly manage. Of course this is a double edged bonus as everytime that you do well, smashwords do well, and if they do well every author published here benefits as Mark Coker is able to add more value to Smashwords. It will also help you boost your potential sales by giving you a more professional outlook. Follow this guide religiously its a win-win scenario.
Wampus Springs - Mark of the Wolf
on Sep. 06, 2012
This is a book with plenty of promise and potential, but the execution lets it down slightly. There are moments of brilliant writing, but unfortunately it is not consistent. If I was a young teen, or a person who really loved the ‘Twilight’ series, then this is the book that would buy. But for the casual reader it might be one that would be a disappointed. Don’t get me wrong this isn’t a bad book, and there are plenty of books out there that are worse than this one, but one should not buy this if they like being told what is going on and not hearing it from the characters.