Skip to main content

Calling All Authors: Join the Orangeberry Summer Splash




NOTE: I'm posting this for my friend Pandora, who is hosting the Orangeberry Summer Splash.....currently she has 70+ authors, so she needs another 30 to reach her target. This is a wonderful opportunity to publicize your books at a reasonable cost. Whether you're an Indie-author or a traditionally published, why not join us for this fun event to get the word out about YOUR book?


Here's the details......if you're interested contact Pandora at: pandorapoikilos@gmail.com

As Orangeberry Book Tours reaches its 100th book tour, I will be organising a special mini book tour marathon, Orangeberry Summer Splash from 1st August to 31st August.

The goal is to get 100 authors and 100 book blogs to participate in this campaign that is set to raise awareness for all participating authors and books.

AUTHORS - This is IMPORTANT.
1. Each author who signs up will receive
- 5 blog stops (may or may not be consecutively) per book
- 1 TwitterView
- 1 Twitter Blast (#OBSummer #Books)
- 12 months FREE advertising at the Orangeberry sidebar worth $19.99 per book
- FREE listing in Books, Blogs & Smiles 3 or 4 worth $10.00 per book
- Loads of social media publicity before, during and after the event for you and your book

2. Blog hosts will choose to feature you in ONE of the following ways
- Guest Post
- Book Feature
- Book Review
- Author Interview

3. Giveaways are not compulsory but if you would like to do this, do let me know. My email is pandorapoikilos@gmail.com

4. Each blog host will receive a $5 gift as a token of appreciation and there will be a Kindle Fire giveaway so there will be a participating fee of $25 per book.

5. The purpose of this marketing campaign is to increase awareness for your book and the number of book sales or book reviews will differ from book to book.

6. This event is open to ALL authors and genres but please indicate the rating for your book accurately.


Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Women are Highly Esteemed in the Eyes of This Man

I enter the sanctuary of Our Lady of Peace Church and my eyes adjust to the dimmed lights as the only illumination comes from candles on the altar and their glowing reflection in the monstrance holding the Blessed Sacrament.
My friend and I had come to join the Mary and Martha’s quarterly meeting which started with an hour of Adoration.
I took my seat in one of the pews, knelt, and surreptitiously glanced around the sanctuary. In the gloaming, I could see thirty other women kneeling like sentinels in silent prayer. 
Over the course of the hour, we would remain in contemplative silence.
As I slipped in and out of my prayers and wandering thoughts, I considered how pleased God must be when he sees us gathered in the simple and divine act of Adoration.
But in fact, women are highly esteemed in God’s sight not matter where we are. 
We only look at the life of Jesus Christ to understand how dearly he cherishes every woman.
In the Gospel of Saint John, a group of men bring a woman caught i…

When our spirit hungers

The precocious toddler’s interest in talking to her mother grew in insistence as the gathered group settled in for an hour of silent prayer. Shushing didn’t work, so the mother led her child into an adjoining room where she would still be part of the sanctuary, but sound would be dampened. Despite the closed door and heavy glass walls, the child’s fervent desire to speak with her mother was still audible.
I said a prayer for the patient mother determined to stay, and for the child who was either tired or hungry or impatient for Mom’s undivided attention. And then tried to bring my wandering thoughts back to prayer. I had come to Adoration with my own pressing need for answers.
Over the past few weeks I’ve noticed a growing emptiness in my heart. A void, as if something is missing. It’s not psychological. Not physical. After doing an internal check, I determined it’s a spiritual void that I’m experiencing.
No, I’m not doubting God, his existence or goodness. I have full confidence in…

If you are tired of the guilt trip you usually feel at church, here’s a different perspective

I am counting the days until I fly to Fort Lauderdale to see Mom for Christmas. Yes, I speak with her every day, sometimes twice a day. But as you know, phone calls just aren’t the same as being with someone you love. I look forward to seeing Mom’s smile, to holding her hand, to going for a drive along the beach with her. Spending time in the presence of someone we love enriches our relationship with them.
I believe the love I feel for Mom, is a sliver of what God feels for each of us. I believe God longs to share that love with us. Which is why we are called to spend time in God’s presence daily. We experience God’s presence when we meet him in our prayers, in church, and hopefully in one another. If I could make one wish for each of us, it would be that at some point during the next four weeks of Advent we would experience how much Jesus loves us.



The Best Christmas

During my morning devotions, I read these two verses of Psalm 117:
Praise theLord,all you nations;
extol him, all you peop…