If you really want to help an author, pre-order his/her books!

Preordering books, or buying them on release day, doesn't mean more money for the author. But it sends an important message to people who can make a difference to the author's career. With an eBook and online retailers, preorders can improve the ranking of the book and lead to better visibility on their website. Preorders can impress the publishers and lead to more contracts. In other words, you help the author stay employed. Numbers from preorder and first-week sales count toward rankings for the bestsellers' lists (hey, a girl can dream).

And here's the best part, when you preorder an eBook...it magically pops into your eReader on release day without you having to spend gas & time getting to a store.

So if you're going to buy THE DJINN'S DILEMMA, I'd really appreciate it if you'd buy it between NOW and the first week of November, or on my release day ~Tuesday, Nov. 1

Now available for preorder at retailers like Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, or Harlequin. :)


  1. I would love to pre-order because I believe in supporting Authors. Unfortunately I do NOT have a Kindle. They are too controlling. I only order from Kobo or Sony and you can't pre-order. But I do buy on release day as long as the publisher hasn't overpriced it like they have been doing since May. I can't pay $8.99 for an ebook when I buy on average 30 books a month. So sadly I have to wait for sales. Hopefully one day Kobo and Sony will wake up :)

  2. Wow, $8.99 for an ebook is kind of pricey. As a reader, yup that would limit my purchases too. And as a writer, I appreciate that you buy on release day. And fortunately, mine is priced at a reasonable $2.99 :)