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Your Questions About How To Discover New Books

Lizzie asks…

Has anybody discovered any other books by Stephanie Stevens(romance author)?

I have been looking around for ages now for more books by Stephanie Stevens and I have not found any. Can anyone tell me if she wrote any more books and if she didnt whe not. I ahve the one book I have been able to find of hers called Defiant Angel and am really looking forward to reading any other books of hers. Does anybody know anyhting about her. Defiant Angel came out inJune 1991 and it’s ISBN number is ISBN 0-380-76449-0. Inside the cover it also says under her picture that she is busy writing her next book, but I cant find anything else out about it. Please help!

New Niche Finder answers:

If you look at the reviews on this book on amazon.com, you will see a review on the right side that explains why there are no more books. The author admitted that she based her book on Judith McNaught’s Whitney, my Love.

Linda asks…

How hard is it to get your book discovered?

So i was wondering, how hard do you think now-a-days for a lot of people to read your book and like it? I know its a lot about the quality of your book but is there any way to get more people to read it? Help me out please. :)

New Niche Finder answers:

Dinosaur bones are discovered. Books are marketed.

Michael asks…

Books, Movies and E-books?

I’m having my first book published, and I refuse for it to become an e-book. I also refuse for it to become a movie. I would like to hear your opinion on the matter though.

What do you think of books becoming movies? What do you think of e-books?
Alright, you’ve read my question incorrectly. I have said I REFUSE for my books to be associated with e-books and books-turn-movies. That means that my books will NEVER become an e-book, and that it will NEVER become a movie. Those are NOT pleas for help; they’re stone cold facts that CANNOT be denied and will NOT change.
My questions are;
What do you think of e-books (in general)?
What do you think of books becoming movies (in general)?

New Niche Finder answers:

If I have read the book, I will not see the movie. I do not want my mental images of the characters, setting and events disturbed. If I see the movie first, I might read the book, because I’m sure I’ll discover more in it that could not come out in a movie. (If it takes me 8 hours to read the book, how can it all be compressed into a 100-minute movie?

As long as people can recharge the batteries on e-book readers, they’ll keep reading them. I still like turning the pages myself.

I hope you can maintain the integrity of your work as it is. As you well know, it’s impossible to control the actions of others. It would be a wonderful world if everyone had complete respect for the desires and rights of authors, photographers and everyone else.

Chris asks…

I recently discovered a book but I forgot the name?

the book is similar to 59 shades of grey but its based on a hockey player named Logan. I can’t remember the name of it and I really want to read it. can anyone help ?

New Niche Finder answers:

I believe you are talking about a book called “One Man Advantage”, by Kelly Jamieson. Hope I helped some!

George asks…

What’s the best book you’ve discovered this year?

I’d have to narrow it down to 2.
Wild Swans: Three Daughters of Chine by Jung Chang (True story of three generations of her family, including herself.)
http://www.amazon.com/Wild-Swans-Three-Daughters-China/dp/0743246985
&
A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khalen Hosseini (author of The Kite Runner)
http://www.khaledhosseini.com/hosseini-books-splendidsuns.html

They were both so amazing. I was blown away, more than I am usually with a brilliant book, because everything in Wild Swans actually happened, and although A Thousand Splendid Suns wasn’t based on a true story, it was based on the real Afghanistan, the events that have occurred and could’ve been a true story – it accurately portrayed what happened in Afghanistan, to women, to families from the 80’s to the 000’s.

So, what’s the best book you’ve discovered this year?

New Niche Finder answers:

Gone with the Wind.
I didn’t really “discover” it so to speak, as I’d heard of it and watched the movie. However, I read it for the first time (and second time, haha) this year, and I absolutely loved it. It’s officially my favorite book, knocking the HP series into a close second. (=

The other two books I discovered this year that I enjoyed would have to be “The Lost Symbol” by Dan Brown (I’m sure you’ve heard of it) and “Judge and Jury” by James Patterson. This was tough, since I read a lot, especially this year. Good question. (=
“Judge and Jury” was one of many James Patterson beach reads of mine, but it (and “The Lake House”) stood out in my memory as among the best of his work that I’ve read. I’ve read quite a bit of his work, too.
“The Lost Symbol,” though a better name was its working title, “The Solomon Key,” was an excellent read. I’m a huge Dan Brown fan, and, though my favorite book of his, “Digital Fortress,” isn’t in the ‘Angels & Demons’ series, I enjoyed “The Lost Symbol” quite a bit. In fact, I think it’s moved up to my favorite book by said author.

An author who, though I didn’t discover him this year, I would reccomend for you would be Gregory Maguire. I’ve read every single one of his non-children-genre books, and they’re absolutely brilliant.

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