Tuesday, May 21, 2013

My Double Life E-book

Remember months ago when I said I would have the ebook for My Double Life up soon?

Soon is a relative term.

Anyway, here it is for 2.99 with the bonus scenes included:http://www.amazon.com/My-Double-Life-ebook/dp/B00CRW7VKG/ref=sr_1_2?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1369119673&sr=1-2&keywords=my+double+life


Tiana Smith said...

Love the cover :) I already bought your older version a while back. Is there any way to get the added scenes updated to that one? (I'm guessing not ...). Anyway, congrats on getting it up!

CJ Hill said...

I have the first version of the bonus scenes on my website. Now I've had them edited and improved them a little bit. Authors can't stop tinkering. If you send me your email address, I'll email you the new ones.


Unknown said...

Do you have a copy of the ebook?
OMG! I'm such a bookworm.
It has a nice cover by the way. I think I'll buy a book.

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Mrs. Ramos said...

I just finished reading "Just One Wish", and was cruising the net looking for a hint of a sequel, when I stumbled upon your blog. I totally laughed out loud at your BBQ brownie story!

I'm a 4th grade teacher and a book worm. I read a lot. Thank you so much for your writing! Your story was entertaining, witty, and uplifting. I can't wait to add it to my summer reading recommendations for my students, and I can't wait to read my next hold, "My Unfair Godmother"! Thank you!

Danielle said...

Just finished It's A Mall World After All and reviewed it on my blog, as well as Just One Wish.

But oh, my heavens to Betsy. I loved It's A Mall World After All SO much. I felt such a connection to Charlotte. Not only because we're both tall, and I have a similar take on most things in life as her, but the whole chip on the shoulder thing.

Yes, the whole chip on the shoulder thing. Once upon a time, I may have basically not spoken to a boy on my street for years who told me the ending to the sixth Harry Potter (though he ended up being a decent guy). Reading Charlotte's thoughts were like reading my own experiences. I laughed and giggled like a giddy school girl and basically did nothing but read your novel for the entire day under the pretense that I was studying for a final.

I absolutely loved it. Thanks for providing me with such a relatable, enjoyable character and story. :)