To upload a free audiobook version of House of Cuts through Audible.com, first email me for a promotional code at firstname.lastname@example.org. Then,
1. Go to
2. Add the audiobook to your cart at its normal price; click on Add to Cart.
3. If you are prompted to sign in, please create a new Audible.com account or log in. Otherwise, proceed by clicking “Do you have a promotional code?” beneath the cover artwork of the audiobook.
4. Enter the code I’ve emailed you, and click “Apply Code.”
5. A credit for the audiobook will be added to your account. Click the box next to “1 Credit” and click the “Update” button to apply the credit to the purchase.
6. After you select “1 Credit” and click “Update” to modify your shopping cart, the price for the audiobook will change to $0.00. You may proceed through the checkout by clicking “Next Step” and “Complete Purchase” on the subsequent page.
I’d appreciate hearing from you about your experience and/or a review of the audio book on Amazon.com if you have the time.
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Travel along on a literary journey with ghostwriter Hillary Broome from […]
Enter the free Goodreads Giveaway for a copy of House of Eire, so you can travel with Hillary Broome from California to Ireland, the land of a thousand welcomes which hides an American developer among its boggy secrets below the shamrocks.
What ghostly surprises await Hillary in Eire?
Come by and help me celebrate the release of Hillary Broome Novel #3! I’ll be in the CA Authors Booth in the Counties Building A/B on July 10, 15, and 19. On days when I’m not in the booth, the books will still be […]
Guest Blog by a student in Delta College’s English 49B, Creative Writing Fiction, Fall 2015.
In June Gillam’s class I learned tools I am certain will help me in the future. Her method of teaching involves a lot of group work and constructive criticism from one’s writing peers. In this class, hard work and teamwork […]
Saturday, Dec. 5, 2015, UOP Library, Stockton, CA
Writers, readers and others interested in addictions were treated to Jason Smith, author of the hit memoir The Bitter Taste of Dying, spilling the inside dope on the story of writing his (opiate addiction) story. He claimed it took him less than three months when […]
The first meeting of the California Writers Club–San Joaquin Valley Branch in formation process–will be held Saturday, October 3, from 12:00 noon to 2:00 p.m. in the Community Room of the library on the main Stockton campus of the University of the Pacific. All writers in the area are invited to […]
Starting August 17, for Fall 2015, I’m offering
To register, go to Delta College.
The theme of the course is “Choices” – choices authors have made (biographical and cultural approaches), choices characters have made (formalist, close readings of text), and choices readers make about the work (reader response approaches).
Wondering how to deal with point of view (POV) in story? I’m working with an author who got a mixed review on Amazon.com due to shifting points of view. In getting ready to meet with her, I’ve been studying information and examples on point of view in both stories and in reviews.
More than […]
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