In 2015 I put out a novel, Pretty Little Thing, on Amazon, with the ASIN B0143LMDF6. It will be available free this weekend, from Friday 12 to Sunday 14 May.
People have bought the book (REALLY!), but so far only one of them has posted a review. She* gave it 4 stars and said very positive things, which I admit gave me a warm glow for a day or two.
Unfortunately I have no idea whether anyone else has actually read the book in whole or in part, or what they thought of it if they have. If you have a gap to fill on your e-reader and the inclination to try a piece of crime fiction by an unknown writer, please take advantage of this one-time-only** offer.
If you download the book and read even part of it, I’d love to know what you think. You can be as brutal as you like!
Yes, I’m needy. More importantly, though, I’m trying to decide whether to leave the book on Amazon as it is, to give it a radical rewrite, or to kill it off in the way that someone did with the character in the title.
The book that I finished and published is very different from the one I’d written in my head. If you’ve come here by way of a flash fiction blog or similar, you won’t need me to explain that phenomenon. Plus you’ll probably understand why I’d benefit from some help in deciding whether I should give Pretty Little Thing some TLC or just let her go.
Thank you for looking.