Devil’s Nightmare Featured on Kindle Books and Tips

Posted: October 12, 2014 in Blog Tours, Book Promotions, Fiction, Halloween, Horror, Mystery, Thrillers

Kindle Books and TipsI’m excited to announce that Kindle Books and Tips is featuring my horror novel Devil’s Nightmare on their BLOG today during my Halloween Blog Tour. Why is this so exciting? Well, for starters, Kindle Books and Tips has a readership of over 675,000. The focus of this promotion is to attract new readers to the Devil’s Nightmare series. The second book in the series, Devil’s Nightmare: Premonitions, is coming this Tuesday, October 14.

If you would like to help spread the word, I would greatly appreciate you LIKING, SHARING, RETWEETING, and PINNING this feature on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. Be sure to follow the Kindle Books and Tips social media platforms below:

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Facebook: www.facebook.com/fkbooks
Twitter: www.twitter.com/fkbt
Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/fkbooks

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This feature will also be a part of the Kindle Books and Tips daily digest. You can subscribe to their email list here: www.fkbooksandtips.com/subscribe.

Oh, and of course, if you haven’t read Devil’s Nightmare (I can’t imagine why 🙂 ) and are looking for a chilling horror novel to add to your Halloween reading list, check out one of the Kindle Books and Tips promos, or better yet, just click on the image below. Devil’s Nightmare is only 99 cents on Kindle, but if you prefer to read an actual printed version, I’ve got you covered there too.

Devil's Nightmare Blog Tour

Comments
  1. danniehill says:

    You’re doing everything right, Rob. This new book will do well!

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