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The Duke and I
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Tempted by L. Tempted by Elizabeth Lennox. Dorothea squeaked in alarm, jamming a hand over the pearl mourning brooch pinned to her cloak.
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He caught them deftly and leapt down. Had Joan thought more carefully about it she would have realised that her action was inflammatory rather than calming. Within seconds of the boy whooping with glee, his hand aloft displaying his treasure, a horde had clambered on to the running boards.
Youthful and aged faces began competing for space at the windows, all with the same wide, avaricious grins stretching their mouths. Dorothea clung to her niece, shivering, as the vehicle swayed precariously from side to side with the weight of unwashed bodies hanging off the coachwork.
Although her aunt had been raving moments ago, Joan had preferred Dorothea being conscious. At least they might have both alighted from the vehicle and attempted some sort of escape. Are you all right?
Joan glanced fearfully at the prominent face at the window. A man who appeared to be middle aged, but might have been considerably younger beneath the caked dirt, was lasciviously licking his lips while looking her over. Joan shot to the furthest corner of the coach, her fists raised in readiness to beat off an assailant.
Heat streaked into her complexion at the sight of a man, stripped to the waist, his muscled chest and solid broad shoulders glistening with sweat. I got into writing but never got to write what I wanted.
The Duke and the Lady in Red by Lorraine Heath
My idea was to produce short titles about things I was interested in and to work with the people I wanted to. Thus, my ebooks were born and as they are quite quick to make, my contributors, Noreen Lam and Kati Alice Bilsborough kindly donate time for free and numerous other reasons, I give them away for free.
Why is this? For me, I make them with the idea that people will use them on phones as most people use their phones for a lot longer nowadays. As a teacher, I put everything on my iPad and my students put all their docs and my materials on theirs or their phones. It saves time, is more convenient and free.
Do you prefer blogging or books as a medium? I used to blog a fair bit but my blog kind of ran its course and I got limited by it, articles too.
My writing evolved and ebooks seemed to fit what I wanted or rather HOW. Some people are critical of those who give their work away for free and they say that it undermines our profession and makes people feel they should get everything for free.
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How would you respond to this? Facebook seems to have quite a few people representing companies who are quick to either defend them or attack you if what you are doing seems to tread on their toes. You can make and share what you want.
And also, as far as I see it, there really are not many self-pub ebook writers out there. Few publishers seem interested but the British Council does do some great free ebooks and nobody questions them. My other response might be that if new and unpublished people can write ebooks that seem to detract or compete with professional ones, maybe the latter should be better. Healthy competition is always good though and it sometimes disappoints me that there is this kind of attitude.
What platforms and tools do you use to publish your ebooks?
Why did you choose these platforms? Just Word Nothing else. I just open Word, write then publish. Oh, I add a cover page too. Personally, I find Word very boring.Most of our books are stored in elastic clouds, and traffic is expensive.
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