Abandoned Hearts is Now Live on Amazon

Cover for my new short story, Abandoned Hearts. Artwork by SelfPubBookCovers.com/CherylCCR

Cover for my new short story, Abandoned Hearts. Artwork by SelfPubBookCovers.com/CherylCCR

My first short story published with Tablo is now live on Amazon. http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B00YPQ0PN2

My new Amazon Author page is now live too. amazon.com/author/beabethompson

This short story started out as part of “Saving Christmas”, a novel I’ve been working on for a couple of years. It seemed to be its own entity, so Abandoned Hearts was born as a stand alone story. I was publishing it on Wattpad, having forgotten how hard it is to navigate that site, and decided to move all of my WIP’s there to Tablo. Tablo is a much more friendlier environment, easier to use, and is enabled to get you published smoothly and easily on Apple and Kindle.

In fact, it’s crazy easy to use Tablo to publish.

Within 24 hours of my loading my short story there, it was live on Amazon, formatted and ready to go. Head spinning stuff.

It first came on my radar through NaNoWriMo, but stuck somewhere in my grey matter, not to be heard of again until my dissatisfaction with Wattpad exploded. If you “won” last year’s NaNoWriMo, check it out.


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