My book is published

When Lions Roared

“Excellent… wide-ranging history and analysis
-Andrew Rosenheim (Author)
 

It’s Published!!!

Hi Y’all

I am so excited. My book is finally published.

Click on this link, or copy and type myBook.to/whenlionsroared into your search engine, and you will be directed to my NEW!!! book in your local Amazon Kindle Single store.

For those of you who may not know, Amazon Kindle Singles is a publishing arm of Amazon that publishes only select novella-length nonfiction in an e-book format.

If you don’t have a kindle you can still download the free kindle app onto your computer or other device and read the book.

And don’t worry, if you prefer to hold real paper in your hands, the paperback version will be available pretty soon. And of course I will be thrilled to sign your copy.

So, this is how you can help me. I’ve heard that if I get at least a hundred reviews on Amazon I stand a good chance of hitting the bestseller list. Assuming that you’re going to buy my book… of course you are because you’re my good friend, then you need to post a review. Preferably by the end of June to build up momentum.

It’s really not that difficult to write a review. Here are 3 easy steps:

STEP ONE
Read my book. It’s about a 3-hour read, short but worth every word… I promise.

STEP TWO
Think of what the story is about. And include that in your review.

STEP THREE
Add what you thought of my book. Focus on what you enjoyed, or didn’t enjoy, about the book.

TIP 1
You don’t have to give it a 5-star unless you really think it was fantastic. Then you should tell everyone about it and include that in your review.

TIP 2
You should probably not give it less than a 3-star if you think it is well written and well-edited.

TIP 3
And if you can’t write a review please just give it a star rating. It really helps.

I hope you enjoy it! And feel free to drop me an email or call or text or whatsapp… and say hi.

XOXOXO
Manju

PS: Kitsu is as excited as I am, although you can never say with her, she’s such a diva.

my book

Kitsu more interested in her lunch than my book