If you would like to contact me with your comments, questions, or requests, you may e-mail me at zippywings[at]hotmail[dot]com. Please be sure to include the keywords: “wordpress,” “request,” “questions,” “your books,” “don’t junk me!” or something that lets me know you’re not a robot trying to sell me insurance.
You can also follow me on Twitter at username: JeremyBursey
If you are a book reviewer and would like a gift copy of any of my e-books to review on your blog, feel free to drop me a message at the above e-mail. Please head your subject with “requesting ebook for review,” and then let me know in the body of the message which book(s) you want and provide a link to your blog. I’ll be happy to provide you with a free coupon for that title (to be redeemed at Smashwords).
Please note that I am currently building my e-book portfolio. Print books will come later. Agented and traditionally published fiction will come even later (possibly).
Requesting a free coupon does not obligate you to post a review if at any point you decide not to write one. I appreciate your interest in reading my stuff regardless.
If you would like to guest blog for Drinking Cafe Latte at 1pm, or if you would like me to guest blog for you, say so in the subject line for your e-mail. We’ll see if it’s possible to work something out.
If you wish to follow me around on my various social media platforms and bookseller sites, here is the current list where I can be found.
- Amazon Central Author Page
- Smashwords Author Page
- Books2Read Author Page
- Drinking Café Latte at 1pm (Blog)
Is there anywhere else you’d like to follow me? Stalker! I mean, let me know!
Note: You’re already visiting Drinking Café Latte at 1pm. My YouTube channel covers all of my interests, not just the stuff related to writing or books.
I also make games, but that wing is a bit messy at the moment. I’ll post more about that as information becomes relevant.
2019 Update: I’m in the process of redesigning most of my currently published e-books with new covers, interiors, front and back matter, book descriptions, metadata, and necessary adjustments to improve errors or problems that I overlooked during my June 2015 – May 2016 publishing hot streak. If you’ve read any of these books and have suggestions for improvement, now is the best time to speak up. Also note that I am neither rich nor open to solicitors for paid services at this time. I appreciate feedback, but I won’t be paying for it. Just want to get that out of the way. I am likely to credit you in the book’s Acknowledgements section, however (unless you don’t want to be acknowledged for some reason), if the advice is useful.