Simply fill out the form below with your name and email address.
You’ll receive a quick response and have the ebook in your hands in plenty of time to read it before launch in the Fall. Thanks a bunch!
Book lovers, come join the fun!
Get a FREE ebook.
Be part of the “Book Launch Team”
for the historical novel, Gone To Dallas
(The book’s launch is coming soon and I would love your help spreading the word.)
Here are some benefits for you:
A FREE advance copy of the ebook before it launches (only 100 ebooks will be given away, so please get in early.) If your entire book club wants copies, that’s great. Each member must complete a request.
~ A drawing for your name or the name of someone special to you to be included in my next book as the name of a character
~ An invitation to a digital book cover “reveal” (sneak preview coming soon)
~ An invitation to an exclusive virtual book launch event
~ A drawing for one of six virtual book club author appearances for the book club of your choice
~ Access to a virtual “Ask the Author” event for Book Launch Team members
~ A VIP subscription to the Texas: Brave and Strong BLOG and PODCAST containing stories about the brave men and strong women who made fascinating Texas history—things you never learned in school! (You’ll laugh and maybe shed a tear.)
~ A sneak peak at the sequel to Gone to Dallas—Cattle, Cotton, and Conflict
~ My undying thanks!
~ And perhaps some surprise perks. . .
Here’s what Book Launch Team members—who like the book—are asked to do:
~ Simply read Gone to Dallas in advance of its Fall book launch (you’ll be alerted to the date in advance)
On launch day:
~ Purchase the Gone to Dallas ebook on Amazon (at a ridiculously discounted rate). Post a short favorable comment (called a blurb or review) on Amazon (on launch day!)
~ Share share your favorable review with me for inclusion on my website
~ Goodreads.com member? Please post your review on Goodreads
~ Share your review or blurb, photos, and memes on your social networks (Linked in, Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest if you are active on social networking)
~ Blog about it—if you have a blog
Your help would be super valuable and really appreciated. Come join the team and meet the early settlers (both real people and fictional) who helped build Dallas and Texas.