#CoverReveal #historical #romance A Secret Tie #Trilogy

Today I am excited to share the cover reveal of A Secret Tie which is the third book in my historical trilogy. I love this cover and hope you’ll also feel the same about it.

Check out the book details and an excerpt along with the book cover at Book Addict Rambles.

https://bookaddictrambles.wordpress.com/2019/07/12/coverreveal-a-secret-tie-the-king-and-the-spy-by-summerita-rhayne-summeritarhayne/

Do comment below how you like it.

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#Bestseller in #Amazon category #top100paid #SecondChanceAtForever #SCAF 

Hi all, today I am happy to share some nice book news that I came across. Seems Second Chance At Forever is doing good at Amazon. Found it at no. 38 in its category at Amazon US.

If you like, you can share the news by tweeting the following:

#SecondChanceAtForever  #SCAF at no.38 in its category at Amazon. com. A heartwarming romance about second chances.

https://www.amazon.com/Second-Chance-Forever-Summerita-Rhayne-ebook/dp/B01IE40CTM 

You can add the accompanying picture as well.

Thank you.

#Kindledeals #SweetandSpicyRomancebooks 

Two books shortly to be on kindle deals. Save the date.

More Than Just Desire: 27th April to 29th April 
His Christmas Delight: 29th April to 1 May.

Here are the links:

More Than Just Desire:

https://www.amazon.com/More-Than-Just-Desire-Contemporary-ebook/dp/B0179U58YG 

His Christmas Delight:
https://www.amazon.com/His-Christmas-Delight-Summerita-Rhayne-ebook/dp/B01BYHO0AI 

Each book will start at 99cents and remain at this price for 36 hours and one dollar increment will follow for another 36 hours before it returns to its original price value.

If you like romance, check out the deals.

More sweet and spicy books at:

https://www.amazon.com/Summerita-Rhayne/e/B00MZQ0PUC

#Interview: Sujit Banerjee, author of Rukhsat The Departure #authorinterview #TheBookClub

Hello! Let us get to know author Sujit Banerjee by this question and answer session. Sujit Banerjee is the author of Rukhsat The Departure. Find his guest post and more about his book here.

How did you become a writer, by chance or by choice?

Absolutely by chance. My scribbled notes on people became a full blown body and I felt they HAD to be told.

Are you a genre writer? Why (or why not)? Which genre appeals to you the most?

I am not and this one was by chance. I love all kind of genre and maybe my next one will be a novel based on the 1857 revolt of Bareily!!!

What makes this book special to you?

Holding the stories inside me was getting painful and this was a big relief – pouring it out on pages and in print.

A brief description of the book and its main characters.

You will find that in the blurp on back page of the book.

What are your writing fads or quirks?

Writing them on cell phone in the middle of the night, drunk!

What’s your take on these writing dilemmas? (Please specify the reason for your choice)

1) plotter or pantser

Pantser any day. I am too impatient and impulsive to plan and plot though I would like to change that.

2) self publish or traditional

A bit of both; traditional publishing takes way too much time and with chances it will never see the day.

3) Polished first draft or sloppy one?

I thought my first draft was polished till my Editor tore it apart and sent me back to the drawing board four times. Even now there are few errors!

4) Deadline or family/friends time

My own time. Like I said I am too lazy to adhere to deadlines.

5) Writing a certain target everyday or in floods and droughts

Impulsive. I went a year nearly without being able to write a para.

Thank you for sharing about yourself.

Read about Sujit’s book here.

This post is a part of blog tour hosted by The Book Club.

 

#Spotlight Wrong for Right Reasons by Ritu Lalit #Tornadogiveaway #giveaway


Name of the Book: WRONG FOR THE RIGHT REASONS
Author: Ritu Lalit

Read some reviews:

1. Rubina Ramesh 
2. Inderpreet Kaur Uppal
3. Nikita Jhanglani  

The Story:

Shyamoli Verma’s timing is wrong. In her late twenties, she finds that her marriage is irrevocably broken. She comes back to her parents with her pre-teen son and an infant daughter, only to find that she is unwelcome.
Independent and brash, she decides to bring up her children and also get a divorce without any support from friends and family.
Written with wry self deprecating humour, this is the story of a divorced woman’s quest for love and security.
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About The Author 

 

Ritu Lalit 
 
Ritu Lalit is a corporate slave turned fiction writer. A voracious reader, she is a gold medalist post graduate in English Literature who spent most of her childhood in remote areas in the northeastern parts of India, lying on grassy hillsides daydreaming and reading books.She loves spinning tales, but no longer has her captive audience as her children grew up and flew away from the coop. Her three dogs don’t pay much attention. She began writing in the vain hope that the characters she creates will listen to her, even do her bidding.

She has five books out in the market, A Bowlful of Butterflies, HILAWI, Chakra, Chronicles of the Witch Way and Wrong, for the Right Reasons. Her fifth novel, His Father’s Mistress is coming soon.

Stalk her @
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#TornadoGiveaway is an initiative of The Book Club. Click on the icon to go to the event page of the Tornado .. Lots of fun awaits you 🙂

Review versus rating

If you are a writer who has published, you must have had your brush with the reviews and ratings for your book. We all love a five star, don’t we? But it strikes me as I course over the reviews of my book that sometimes even a low rating is okay if the reviewer has appreciated your book and directed the right type of readers or readers who are likely to have a taste for that type of fiction to your book.

So I’d like to ask all authors out there – which is more important to you? A good review or a better rating? Would you be happier if you had a higher rating but the reader left some criticism that you couldn’t digest or a low rating like the situation I described above?

Review versus rating…let’s hear your take on it!

Blog tour for Against All Rules via #TheBookClub

Rubina Ramesh of the Book Club is hosting a blog tour for Against All Rules.

Sharing a review from Shalini.

She says, “Looking for a fresh and exotic read with deep emotions? This is way more than that!”

http://taleoftwotomatoes.wordpress.com/2014/10/14/against-all-rules-book-review/?utm_medium=twitter&utm_source=twitterfeed

Check out other blog posts for the book. The schedule is here

http://thebcsch.blogspot.in/2014/10/schedule-for-against-all-rules-by.html?m=1
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