I posted a little while back to say that I am now part of a wonderful group of supportive authors and we call ourselves Apricot Plots. If you are interested in finding out more then follow us by liking our page on Facebook and Twitter.
We are celebrating our friendship and new venture with a Kick Start your Christmas event running from 1-14 December. There are different giveaways and competitions each day – so get over to Facebook and Twitter and call back each day during the event for another chance to win.
I will be giving away a signed copy of my Search for a Star competition winning novel The Girl on the Beach published by Choc Lit on 4 December, so watch out for details on Facebook and Twitter.
I will also be giving away a signed copy of The Girl on the Beach as part of the final big book bundle. This giveaway is a little bit different as we are asking people to nominate someone special to receive the bundle of books during the period 1-14 December, so look up the details on the Apricot Plots pages and get nominating. What a lovely prize to receive.
Get nominating on Facebook and Twitter.
Watch out next week for a post from another Apricot Plotter, Jane Cable.
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Christmas at Borteen Bay is available now as both an eBook and audio download – Amazon Kindle, Audio, Apple iBooks, Kobo and Choc Lit for other buying options.
The Truth Lies Buried is available from all eBook platforms – Choc Lit, Amazon Kindle, Kobo, Apple iBooks
The Girl on the Beach published by Choc Lit is available as a paperback and from all eBook platforms – Amazon Kindle, Apple iBooks, Kobo, Barnes and Noble and Google Play.
Great post, Morton, looking forward to your giveaway tomorrow – such a good read. x
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This is fabulous, Morton. You’ve included everything – wish I was as talented at IT stuff. Maybe another New Year resolution to make! xx
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Thank you. Isn’t it funny – I’m here envying Carol Thomas’s skills lol
Just followed on Twitter, Morton – didn’t use your link though, as for some reason it all came up in Polish…. Looking forward to following/interacting
Strange! I’ll check them all again tomorrow.