Read Tuesday Author Featured in Spotlight at CreateSpace

M. Louisa Locke is one of hundreds of authors who will be participating in Read Tuesday, a Black Friday type of event just for book lovers on December 10 (just a few days away).

She is a popular historical fiction author. The first book in her A Victorian San Francisco Mystery series, Maids of Misfortune, has over 500 reviews at Amazon.

Today, M. Louisa Locke was featured in an Author Spotlight at CreateSpace, an Amazon publishing company. Check out the following article:

Author Spotlight: M. Louisa Locke

Learn more about M. Louisa Locke: website, author page.

Want to know more about Read Tuesday?

Give the gift of reading this holiday season. A good book keeps on giving.

Mark your calendar for Tuesday, December 10. It will be here before you know it, and you don’t want to miss it. You’ll have to wait a whole year for the next one.

Better than Black Friday. You don’t have to wait in line. No fighting traffic. Alarms don’t need to be set for the early morning. Shop in your underwear.

Plus, the discounts are deeper:

  • Discounts on e-books will be up to 90% off.
  • Some e-books will even be free.
  • Almost all participating e-books will be at least $1 off, some will be up to $9 off.
  • Several paperbacks will be on sale for up to 50% off.
  • Most participating paperbacks will be 20% to 40% off.

Check out a sample of the books that will be participating in Read Tuesday:

Both printed book and e-books are participating. If you would like to learn more about gifting e-books, click here to read a helpful article by Misha Burnett.

Sign up for the email newsletter by clicking here.

Are you an author? It’s not too late to sign up, but the clock is ticking.

  • You can add your books to the catalog by clicking here.
  • Then click the link below to send us your pricing information.

Authors who are already signed up: Click here to give us your pricing information and we’ll include it in your promotional posts.

Chris McMullen, founder of Read Tuesday

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