Holley wants to know…

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…how are you finding romances to read?

You probably get asked a lot, and I hate to be the one who asks you again, but I suspect your answer changes every so often because technology keeps changing. Maybe it’s petty of me, but I kind of…like it when folks can find my books.

So, if you can spare me a moment–*bats eyelashes sweetly*–could you tell me in the comments of this post how you discover hot books?

Let me know by next midnight next Friday the 22nd. I’m going to give a $10 Amazon (US) e-gift certificate to one random commenter (or All Romance eBooks if you don’t have an Amazon US account).

18 thoughts on “Holley wants to know…

  1. There are a few different ways. Sometimes it is from anthologies that I bought for a different author but fell in love with a new one. Sometimes it is because I tried the first in a series for free from several different sites and loved it so much I had to go by the rest. Lately I have been trying the free ones offered on a few Facebook groups such as Winterfest and then buying more.

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  2. I find books several different ways. Recommendations from friends/authors and sometimes bloggers or book sites. I also get them from FB and newsletters/author blogs.
    I hope that this helps.

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  3. Sometimes thru friends who read the same genres as me, also blogs, anthologies are great where I found new authors and ended up buying more from them. Entering contests and giveaways and sometimes winning led me to some great treasures. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  4. These days I really don’t have to look. I am on so many blog and mailing lists I can’t keep up. The books just kind of come to me. Favorite others (and yes, you are on that list) get looked at automatically. But . . . back in the day, newsletters, blogs, the freebie lists was a biggy for me, AND the NOR (Night Owl Review) scavenger hunt. Don’t blow that one off. Find authors there and love playing the game.

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