The answer to that question is always a big yes, everyone wants something for nothing. But before I tell you what's free, let me point out that there's two things that I'm absolutely hopeless at.
Patience is one of them, in fact I was one of those kids who shook, poked and prodded my presents under the tree prior to Christmas Day to try and figure out what they were (sorry mum). Not that it made much difference, because I could never figure out what they were anyway.
Have you ever noticed how slow time moves when you’re waiting for something to happen? I swear Christmas Eve used to be 56 hours long when I was a kid (and 2 hours long once I became an adult and had children’s presents to wrap).
In much the same way, this week there has been at least 43 hours in every day and I still haven't found enough time to write a post this week. Work is not a happy place and we are in the midst of restructure with lots of unsettled people. I just want everything done and said and finished.While I know I'm okay for now (which I'm thankful for), it's not a nice atmosphere when people know that redundancies are coming.
The other thing that I'm really bad at is self promotion, I'm notoriously bad at tooting my own horn or asking for help, which brings me to the something for free.
For today and tomorrow only - Saturday and Sunday, my first ever e-book is available FREE on Amazon as part of the Kindle Direct publishing campaign. If you like lighthearted romances then I have a really big, big favour to ask. Please go and download it, please tweet the link, Facebook the link, share the link and get your friends to download it. All I'm asking is that people provide a review on Amazon if they like it.
All of this helps move my book up the Amazon ranks and gets it noticed and for two days it will cost nothing, zilch, nada. Even if you don't have a Kindle you can download a Kindle reader for your computer.
One thing is for sure, I will have to get better at this self promotion but I don't think I'll ever be good at the patience thing. How 'bout you, what do you need to get better at?
I'm linking up with Cate who gives us all a place to visit and connect. Want to play along with Six Word Saturday, it's easy? All that's necessary to participate is to describe your life (or something) in a phrase using just six words. For more information, try clicking here. Feel free to explain or not explain. Add an image, a video, a song, nothing.