I've sacked Amazon and taken my books off their listings. Never sold one copy. or so they say.... Felt good.
Pending a new cover for my debut novel, Seconds From Impact. I'm going to to give it to anyone for free. No strings, nada, nothing. Just contact me, leave me an email address and I'll send it to you in ePub format - plenty of free apps to read on your smartphone - eg Alkido. A review on any online platform would be nice, but I won't hassle you ever, just read and enjoy.
Where can you buy a physical copy
My two novels, Seconds from Impact and Rendition, (and shortly Meltdown (yes, I am back writing again), are now distributed through Lightning Source aka Ingram Spark. I am selling through my local market, Rusty's, each Saturday, but for those outside of Cairns, you can go to your local bookstore and ask them to order it in for you, or if you want a hardcopy posted to you or an instant ebook, from many online sellers, then see any of my distribution Partners for more information.
If you go online and want to find my books, search for Christopher J Williams and you will find me. And, If you have read my books, I'd be eternally grateful for a nice review. I seriously need some stars.
I have teamed up with talented graphic designer, Teodora Chinde from Bucharest, and she has come up with the first of three book covers for me. I think it looks great and you can find Teo here.
Uncle John's Book
Also shown at left is my book cover for my Uncle's re-release of his autobiography, A Fortunate Life. That's a picture of him at age 49, participating in the race that he organised, the 1983 Sydney to Rio Yacht Race. It's a great read as he met many celebrities during his career as a print journalist, in television and films and as a PR Consultant. These include the Beatles (he was one of the managers at Melbourne's Southern Cross Hotel, where they stayed), Dudley Moore, Judy Garland, Marty Feldman, Spike Milligan and many others.
I hope you buy a book from me and, even more importantly, get value for money.
Thanks, Christopher (January 2018)