Giveaways at The Kindle Book Review

Kindle Book Review giveaway

Welcome to October! I’ve been a recalcitrant blogger lately, mostly because I’m hurrying to get my new novel ready for an early December release. I’ve begun a tradition of showcasing a new novel each year in December at the annual Rhode Island Authors Expo. This year I’ll have All’s Well in Jingle Valley, the sequel to both A Jingle Valley Wedding and April in Galway.

But while we’re talking books, how about this? You can participate in The Kindle Book Review’s big Fall Giveaway. You have a chance to win a $200, $100,  or two $50 Amazon eGift Cards from the No. 1 site for reader giveaways~~The Kindle Book Review. Just click on the link below and enter the Rafflecopter on the giveaway page. It’s easy & fun. If you love reading, enter now! The giveaway ends October 31st. Click here and enter every day ~>

A winding stream final

I’m featuring one of my earlier books during this giveaway – Bits of Broken Glass, the story of four people who attended the same high school, but weren’t close. As the days lead up to their 25-year high school reunion, each of them will wonder if it’s possible to ever go home again. The ebook version of Bits of Broken Glass is discounted during October to just 99 cents. Not a bad deal for a novel one reader predicted, “…you’ll find yourself turning each page in anticipation of what comes next.” Get the book HERE.

And there a more giveaways coming! So stay tuned and enjoy October!

My Guest Interview

What a thrill to be interviewed for this blog! Thank you, Isabella Louise Anderson, for the opportunity.

Read the entire blog here

There’s an opportunity to win a copy of my e-book, but on the original blog only.

Chick Lit Goddess

Bio of Martha Reynolds: She’s a graduate of Providence College and studied at the Universite de Fribourg in Switzerland. Martha returned to Switzerland numerous times and is always looking forward to her next trip. Recently, she ended an accomplished career as a fraud investigator (many stories to tell!) and now writes full-time. Martha and her husband, and their little dog Bonnie, live in Rhode Island, never far from the ocean.

Q & A with Martha Reynolds

Describe yourself in five sentences:  I’m living proof that it’s never too late to pursue a dream. Even when I was doing something I didn’t like, I always tried to do it well. When I stopped looking for the perfect man, I found the right man. I inherited my mother’s propensity to gain weight, and (fortunately) my father’s sense of humor. I have an older sister and a younger sister; yep, classic middle child.

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