Shameless? Shameful? Whatever, I’m doing it!

Yes, I’m promoting The Brevity of Roses again. I’m going to ask you to help me out and it won’t cost you a penny! That’s right, we’re talking FREE.

If you’ve read the book, please rate or review it any bookish place you frequent online … particularly Amazon, and while you’re there, please scroll down to the Tags Customers Associate with This Product section and click the appropriate tags to help Brevity rise higher in the search results.

I’d also like to invite you to follow me on Twitter,  and like my Facebook page, and be my fan on Goodreads … because you can never have enough of the real Linda. Cowbell, maybe … Linda, never.

If  you’re really dedicated, you could also sign up for my Brevity Insider Newsletter, which you’ll receive sporadically. And if you’ve already done all these things, my goodness, don’t you have a life??? Seriously, thank you for your support.

Now, today’s big news! This new giveaway begins today and ends May 19th. Click below to find out more and enter to win.

Goodreads Book Giveaway

The Brevity of Roses by Linda Cassidy Lewis

The Brevity of Roses

by Linda Cassidy Lewis

Giveaway ends May 19, 2011.

See the giveaway details
at Goodreads.

Enter to win

You say you couldn’t care less about me and my book? Well, that’s just rude. 🙂 Seriously, even if you don’t, or can’t do, anything more to help me promote my book, come back Saturday to see the gift I have to give to you.

Until then, do you think we could use more cowbell around here???

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20 thoughts on “Shameless? Shameful? Whatever, I’m doing it!

  1. I’m finally serious about getting an e-reader. I’m past the feeling that I cannot afford it, because I want your book and some others. I hesitate to spend money on books until I have the reader. Now that I’ve decided I need one, it’s a matter of finding which one and purchasing it. Brevity of Roses – such a compelling title. I like it. Blessings to you, Linda…


          1. The 6 inch version, not the 9 inch 3g, and not the special allowing them advertise on it. They were offering $25 off if you let them show advertising on screen savers and offer products for sale. No thank you. Not worth the aggravation. After I have it in my hands, I’ll order The Brevity of Roses by Linda Cassidy Lewis. 🙂


  2. There is absolutely nothing shameless in promoting your own work. Especially if you believe in that work.
    …and if there is anything shameless in it, too damn bad. 🙂 Nothing will happen if you don’t put yourself out there.
    I did my reviewing and tagging. I would review it on my blog but I don’t think anyone would see it.
    It’s not like I’ve got a huge following lately. 😉 I guess that’s what happens when you neglect things.
    Good luck!


  3. Ditto to what Lori just wrote–there is nothing at all shameful in this. It’s part of the journey, part of the process. You’ve worked hard to get here and more of the journey is still to come. Besides, you’re among friends and we’re all proud of you!


  4. I believe I am ‘that girl’. 🙂 I don’t usually review products unless I have a specific problem. I guess that sort of goes against what I should be doing.
    I tagged until they stopped me at 15. It took me a few minutes to figure it out. I’ve never tagged anything in Amazon before.
    Ditto what everyone else said. I see nothing shameless if self promotion. It’s not like you’re leaving spam on other people’s blogs and websites.


    1. True, Dayner, I’m spamming my own blog! 🙂 Thank you for tagging. I never knew what that was all about, but now I know it’s important for fledgling authors like me. And I’ve also rarely reviewed books. I don’t know why, but now I’m trying to catch up, starting with new authors because they need it most.


  5. There’s nothing shameful in promoting your book. 🙂 That said, I have it on my Kindle to read this week. I have it and two galleys from NetGalley that I just must read and review this week. I can’t wait to read it! I’ve never done a review or tagged a book on Amazon, so this will be a new experience for me. I’m used to Goodreads, but not Amazon. There always seems to be a new learning curve out there for me. lol


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