Authors Against Book Piracy Blog Tour: Day Four

Welcome to day four of the authors against piracy book tour. The point of this tour is to draw awareness to the problem of ebook piracy and to show would-be pirates that there are plenty of places to get free (or cheap), legitimate, legal books. Each day an author (or authors) will be giving away book(s) for free, so be sure to stop by every day this week for some great freebie reads! And be sure to enter the Rafflecopter giveaway for a chance to win a 20$ Amazon gift card!

indie earnings

$1,000 is also roughly the average cost to rent a one bedroom apartment (in a city center) for one month. In one year, the average indy author makes enough to pay one month’s rent, meanwhile Attributor estimates lost revenue across the industry from pirated books at  $2,800,000 a year. That’s a lot of rent payments.

FREE BOOKS OF THE DAY:

 Sweet Sorrow by Tricia Drammeh

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Rowan achieves her greatest desire when she earns the part of Juliet in the school play, but it’s impossible to concentrate on her lines when her secret crush is cast as Romeo. Eddie is a fallen football hero and the subject of widespread gossip. Not only has he lost the respect of his peers, he’s also earned the open animosity of Rowan’s father, the high school’s football coach. Eddie isn’t the only one with a tarnished past—Rowan has secrets of her own. When the truth is revealed, will Rowan replace Eddie as the most hated student in school, or will Rowan and Eddie share the stage together?

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Tricia Drammeh is a wife and mother of four children who lives in New Hampshire. Her published works include the Spellbringers series, Sweet Sorrow, Better than Perfect, The Seance, and The Fifth Circle. She is currently working on her eighth novel. When Tricia isn’t writing, she can be found devouring books, chasing cats, or consuming vast amounts of coffee.

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