There are still spots available – Looking for Advance Readers

front-cover-photoLooking for Advance Readers

My new book, Frank Immersed, that I co-wrote with emerging author, Kent Arceneaux, is now available for pre-order on Amazon. You, however, as a follower of my blog, can get the book early, absolutely free, by signing up to be an advance reader.

All you have to do is read the book and leave a review on Amazon, Goodreads and whatever other outlet you choose on the release date, December 23rd, 2016. These early reviews are so helpful in attracting attention to the book on Amazon.

If you want to become an advance reader, just send me an email HERE with the subject Advance Reader. I’ll send you a copy of the book around December 9th and you’ll have until the 23rd to read it and post your review on the release day.

I’ll send you reminders to post your review as the time gets closer.

I’m going to accept a limited number of advance readers so it’s going to be on a first come, first served basis.

Here is a synopsis of the book:

Frank and Jonesy are back. This time the case will require all of their talents. Young female passengers are disappearing from luxury cruise ships. After young twin daughters disappear during a family cruise, Frank and Jonesy must go undercover to find out what’s happening.

The stakes are high and the odds are against them. Will this case prove to be more than they can handle? Luckily, the twins’ father, Jim Mason, has special training and associates from his past that will be called upon as the search for the girls escalates.

Follow Frank and Jonesy on this ocean-going adventure as they search for the twins and dredge up powerful bad guys from one of their past cases in this latest adventure, Frank Immersed.

Here is the trailer:


8 thoughts on “There are still spots available – Looking for Advance Readers

  1. Hi Don, great marketing idea! Just a thought, or question really, because I’m no expert, but…with Amazon being so Nazi-like re reviews, do you think their bots could somehow “pick up” that people are leaving reviews the same day of a book’s release? Or is it a known and accepted practice for authors to give pre-release copies out to garner early reviews? Just wondering; as I said, I am NO expert on this stuff! Anyway, best of luck with the book!

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