Shark Week

Naked Came the Sharks by Devorah FoxTouted as “television’s longest running must-see summer TV event,” Shark Week begins tonight with specials and talk shows devoted to the terrifyingly toothy members of the fish group Selachimorpha.

May I suggest this would be an ideal time to check out Naked Came the Sharks, my contemporary thriller? The sharks in this tale of murder and mayhem in the Texas Coastal Bend are a different species altogether but they’re still pretty scary.

To encourage you to test the waters, how about I put the e-book on sale? Visit the smashwords.com store and choose the e-book format that you prefer. You can pick a format that will work in your Nook, Kindle, Kobo, iPad, iPhone or other Apple iOS reader or even an e-book reader app on your computer or laptop. Then enter this code upon checkout for 50% off: NX92E.

The coupon expires Thursday, Aug. 14 so don’t hesitate.

Did you know that you can get Naked Came the Sharks in hardcover? And this being Shark Week, you can get it at a discount price? Click here and take 25% off through August 14 with code TWODAY25.  Then if you get attacked by a shark you can whack him upside the head with a hardback book.

C’mon, these sharks don’t bite. Well, actually, they do but it’s only make-believe. Or is it?

About Dee

"What if?" Those two words all too easily send Devorah Fox spinning into flights of fancy. Best-selling author of “The Redoubt,” voted one of 50 Self-Published Books Worth Reading 2016, and three other books in The Bewildering Adventures of King Bewilliam epic historical fantasy series. She also co-authored the contemporary thriller, Naked Came the Sharks, with Jed Donellie. She contributed to Masters of Time: a SciFi/Fantasy Time Travel Anthology and has several Short Reads to her name, including Murder by the Book, A Mystery Mini. Born in Brooklyn, New York, she now lives in The Barefoot Palace on the Texas Gulf Coast with rescued tabby cats ... and a dragon named Inky. Visit the “Dee-Scoveries” blog at http://devorahfox.com.
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