James Collins Amazon Author Page
We’re reaching the end of our two weeks of self-publicity and ahead of tomorrow’s Symi photos, here’s a link to my author page on Amazon. From there you can click to buy any of the books in Kindle or print format, and they are all free on Kindle Unlimited.
As always, reviews are welcome and much appreciated, especially the good ones. Also, if you’ve enjoyed any of my books, please feel free to share the links with your Facebook friends and anyone you think might be interested. A lot of my ‘traffic’ comes from the blog, but an increasing about comes from Facebook and Twitter sharing. What’s particularly helpful is if someone suggests a book on a group page. That’s something I don’t like to do myself as it doesn’t feel right, but if a third party, a loyal Symi Dreamer, for example (you) recommends a book in a reader’s or writer’s group or anywhere where other group members might benefit, then it helps spread the word.
You will notice that I have two other titles that I’ve not talked about over this past two weeks, Into The Fire and You Wish! It’s not because I don’t think they are any good, it’s mainly because they are my two firsts and perhaps a bit obscure. (They, like a couple of the other older books, could do with some editing and proper proofing – one day.)
Once again, thank you for putting up with the last two weeks of self-blurbing, we will be returning tomorrow with our usual Symi photos and, all being well, I shall be back to blogging next week. As you read this, we should be arriving back on Symi on the morning Blue Star ferry. Between the time of writing this (Monday 12th March) we should have: spent a couple of nights in Rhodes, had our annual health checks done, flown to Athens for an afternoon and night, seen the new museum, caught a plane to Frankfurt and then another to Split, had a week there with a quick overnight in Dubrovnik, flown to Munich, had a fast scurry to a flight to Athens, indulged in a night at the airport hotel (small mortgage required), trained it to Piraeus and boated it, overnight, to Symi. Now would be a good time to thank everyone who contributed to the honeymoon fund at our wedding last year, and to thank every one of you who has bought one (or all) of my books over the years. Still waiting to be written are ‘Unforgivably’, a Miss P novel and ‘The Eastling’ (working title) the third in the Saddling series.