Directions–read and follow if you want your eBook to be featured!
To submit an eBook to Bargain eBooks, copy the form below, fill it out, and paste it into the email you’re sending me. Be sure to attach a book cover file (.jpeg or .png preferred!) Right now, I’m only accepting 1 eBook at a time. This is because formatting posts on WordPress is a huge battle, making way too much extra work for me.
Email to hollyannehook84 (at) yahoo (dot) com
Bargain eBooks Submission Form
(don’t forget to attach your cover art to your email!)
email to: hollyannehook84 (at) yahoo (dot) com
Type: (novel, novella, anthology, short story, poetry collection, etc.)
Price: (must be under 5 dollars to be featured!)
Where to Get It:
(paste purchase links here to eBook vendors. Make sure you don’t just tell me it’s available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. If you don’t post links that will take me right to your book, I won’t post it.)
Blurb: (your eBook’s product description)
What they’re saying about it: (paste 1-3 short reviews or review snippets here. This is optional.)
Your Website/blog address (if you have one.): (please link to Bargain eBooks on your blog/site if possible. This helps build site traffic and increase sales for those who have submitted eBooks, including you!)
**end of form**
1. Don’t send me a submission without a link to the eBook’s specific purchase page. I won’t be able to post these submissions when I get to them on the list. Readers need to be able to click a link and easily find your book!
2. Don’t send images or information in PDF files. I can’t copy and paste from them.
3. Don’t forget your cover art. I’d say about half of submissions come in without it. This leaves me having to use the crappy thumbnail one from Amazon that has “Look Inside!” on the border.
4. When you get my response with your post number, just remember that the post number isn’t exact. It’s only an estimate. However, if, say, 10 posts have gone past your estimated post number and your book hasn’t come up yet, feel free to message me to point out my mistake, and I’ll get it fixed (provided you didn’t do something to make me rip my hair out. See above.)