One of the hardest things for a new writer to do is marketing. We all want our books to sell, and we want to be on Amazon’s Top 100 Best Sellers. That’s easier to do than the New York Times Best Seller List. With this in mind, I’m always searching new ways to market our author’s books.
Recently I found a great promo or deal company, Christian Book Heaven at www.christianbookheaven.com. We’ve had several books on already and have several scheduled to come out later. We’ve used BookBub, EReader, and Robin Reads in the past, but it’s hard to get accepted in these deal making companies. When we found Christian Book Heaven, we were pleased because of the price for a deal, but also it was easier to be accepted than any of the others.
With that in mind, we start an ad with them on August 25, 2017. The Ghost of Graceland will be free. This is the first children/middle book they have done, so I’m anxious to see what will happen. If you have a middle schooler this is a good book, and it’s FREE. What could be better. The book will be free on Amazon August 23-26, 2017.
Unexplained voices coming from nowhere in the middle of the night, a strange man lurking around them, a quirky great- aunt who has an obsession about a singer who has been dead for years, a homeless teen-age boy with a secret—all mysteries that twelve-year-old Mandi Ferguson must solve during her dreaded stay in Memphis, Tennessee. Much against their will, she and her twin sister have been sent from their home in California to stay with a great-aunt they barely know while their mother is on a two-week honeymoon in Europe.
There is nothing Mandi likes any better than solving mysteries and when she hears voices outside of her room during her first night in Memphis, she is convinced she is hearing ghosts, possibly Elvis Presley’s ghost since her great-aunt’s house is right behind the entertainer’s home, Graceland.
Is there a connection between the voices and the man who is spying on them? What about the homeless boy with a mysterious past who needs their help? What is Aunt Trina’s true connection to Elvis? And why doesn’t her mother call more often—is she so enamored with her new husband that she is unconcerned about her daughters?
Mysteries can be fun to solve, but as Mandi learns the answers to all of her questions, she discovers that the solutions were right in front of her all along. All she needed to do was ask.