PRLog - Dec. 8, 2012 - LA PORTE, Ind. -- Marketing a novel of the historical fiction genre involves gaining exposure to the general public and getting the book into as many hands as possible to be downloaded, read, reviewed and referred. When an author and publisher offer a free eBook download, everybody wins.
The historical fiction novel Woodcutter’s Revival will be offered for a free download in Kindle and Nook versions. The download will occur between December 17, and December 30, 2012. The eBook is offered on www.WoodcuttersRevival.com/
Set at the beginning of the Industrial Revolution, Woodcutter’s Revival is an intriguing and thought-provoking story about life, love and leadership. You will come to admire some characters and despise others. In just a few pages, you will find yourself caught in this delightful tale.
From inside the book: “It seems we do not grow as people unless we have gone through some adversity. About peace, I am not torn by the doubt of whether I should be some other place or doing something else. Happiness to most people is either the hope they hold for the future or pleasant memories of the past. True happiness can only come by living in the present.”
The novel was written by Jerry Slauter, a retired school teacher. The book is about betrayal, forgiveness, leadership and education. There is even a love story contained in the pages.
Gayle Schloesser said, “It a rare opportunity for readers to follow the journeys of courageous men as they come to terms with their faith and the purpose for their lives.”
Watch for Woodcutter’s Revival for your free download between December 17 and 30. We hope you enjoy Woodcutter’s Revival historical fiction and share it with others. Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Jerry is a retired school teacher who has always had a passion for writing and reading. He enjoys wood, metal and leather working in his shops at home. He loves to travel and spend time with his family. Jerry just released his first book, Woodcutter’s Revival, an historical fiction adventure set at the beginning of the final phase of the Industrial Revolution. The book is about betrayal, forgiveness, leadership and education. There is even a love story contained in the pages. Jerry also sells Kindles, Nooks, and other books at Jerry’s World Savings.