Supporting a writer 2

Paige Addams has been a beta reader for some of my stuff and I was a beta reader for parts of Tales of Ejoma (Dual Realms Book 1) available today for free at Amazon to promote the release of Blood Curse (Dual Realm Book 2).

I still don’t know how many readers of this blog are in the target audience for a tale of romance spanning different worlds steeped in magic and intrigue and lots of action.

What I can say is that having read the first book, both the characters and the stories held my attention. Understand, I’m also not the target audience. I mean, I include romance in what I write, but from a different perspective and with a different payoff.  

THIS INTERVIEW was part of the marketing for the first book, and Paige was also interviewed HERE

Prior to the release of the first book, Paige wrote a number of posts explaining the world she created, providing a glossary for the language she developed, and giving an overview of the characters of the world.  

So, if interested in romance and magic and action — or if you know someone who is interested in the genre — for less than the cost of a cup of coffee, consider . . . 

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Disclaimer: I have no financial or any other stake in the success of this work and I was not solicited for this post.

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3 Responses to Supporting a writer 2

  1. Sounds intriguing and interesting!
    Thank you for sharing it!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. paigeaddams says:

    Wow, thank you so much for all of your support!! :D That really means a lot to me. And you just let me know if you want me to beta read some of your work again, because you know I love it! :D

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    • disperser says:

      You are welcome and thanks for the offer. If I ever write again, I may get in touch.

      However, you’re a published author and should be busy writing your third book. Not sure I’d want to interfere with that process.

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