Introducing Amazon’s new program to help independent authors.   Amazon’s Kindle Scout   Details below.

My first addition to this page is to introduce my readers to Polly Iyer.

Polly Iyer has written great mysteries centered in New Orleans, LA.    Just to be upfront, I have had the pleasure of reading Polly’s INDISCRETION, in advance for my comments and when published an honest review.

Polly has written a new book that I know she has been working on for some time.  Her new book deals with a real art heist and she weaves a great mystery of murder, manipulation, thrills and action.  Her characters are well developed and the plot involves  readers from the first page.

Polly is trying to take advantage of Amazon’s new program for authors “KINDLE SCOUT,”  that offers help in getting a new unpublished book to market.

Here is what Amazon’s Kindle Scout does. The programs provides: reader-powered publishing for new, never-before-published books. It’s a place where readers help decide if a book gets published. Selected books will be published by Kindle Press and receive 5-year renewable terms, a $1,500 advance, 50% eBook royalty rate, easy rights reversions and featured Amazon marketing. All we have to do is go to the link below and nominate her book.  If she wins the nomination, anyone who takes the time to nominate her book INDISCRETION, will get a copy of her book.

Here is the link to see the book information:



A forbidden affair. A stolen Vermeer. Murder

Separated from her controlling husband, romance author Zoe Swan meets a charismatic art history professor on the beach and begins a torrid affair. But who is he really? By the time Zoe finds out, she’s on the run with her husband, his jewel thief brother, and a priceless painting stolen from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. With the FBI and the murderer in pursuit, the trio heads to Boston. The only way to prove their innocence is to make a deal with the very people who want them dead.

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