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Where is Adam?

Julie Raynes’ husband has been missing for six months. Devastated and confused, she refuses to believe that he would leave her voluntarily, though her best friend thinks differently. However, her Aunt Alice, a psychic, tells her Adam has been murdered, and when she reveals how she knows this, any hope that Adam is still alive, dissipates.

The police are also beginning to believe that Adam Raynes was murdered. And Julie is their prime suspect. Her life in ruins, Julie vows to hunt down whoever is responsible for Adam’s murder and make them pay for their crime.

In the meantime, David Gray, a young man who was pulled from a lake by a fisherman when he was 9 years old, wakens from a coma after nearly two decades. Unknown to Julie, Adam and David share a dark connection, a darkness that threatens to devour both of them, in a terrifying race with death.

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Offline Michael Eli Vineberg

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Murphy's Law of indie publishing
« on: January 13, 2018, 11:26:36 AM »
Of course, Amazon finally offers me author copies for my paperbacks only days after I finally gave in and bought two at full price. How frustrating. That's ten bucks that I'll never see again.

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Re: Murphy's Law of indie publishing
« Reply #1 on: January 13, 2018, 11:35:22 AM »
Wait--Amazon is offering author copies now?  Did they just send you an email?

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Re: Murphy's Law of indie publishing
« Reply #2 on: January 13, 2018, 11:50:06 AM »
Wait--Amazon is offering author copies now?  Did they just send you an email?

Was tinkering with one of my covers, and there it appeared...proof AND author copies. I went to the Bookshelf and voila...the option is available there too.

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Re: Murphy's Law of indie publishing
« Reply #3 on: January 13, 2018, 12:36:48 PM »
Ah! Very cool!

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Re: Murphy's Law of indie publishing
« Reply #4 on: January 13, 2018, 01:19:25 PM »
It's being rolled out very, very slowly.

KDP Print Beta is now sixteen months old, and it's still not as slick as CreateSpace was ten years ago.
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Re: Murphy's Law of indie publishing
« Reply #5 on: January 14, 2018, 04:00:52 AM »
Beware of customs duty on author copies. I tried to save on shipping by ordering several author copies to sell to friends. I ended up paying customs duty, which put up the cost of the books to more than the cost of buying them from Amazon >:(. They didn't charge customs duty when I bought only one or two books.

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