Yorkshire’s Answer to ‘Fifty Shades’

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Local Author, Tamara Gold, Publishes First Book in ‘Butterflies Trilogy’

In May, Amazon, the leading online book retailer, reported that more copies of romance and erotic e-books were bought in Doncaster than anywhere else in the country, with Barnsley and Pontefract close runners-up; and the Halifax Travel Lodge recently reported that romance and erotic books are the most popular novels recovered from bedrooms. Now local author Tamara Gold has written The Turquoise Blue, the first in her Butterflies Trilogy, in which Sally Reynolds, a Doncaster supermarket checkout girl, tries to find her fortune. Published this month via Smashwords, The Turquoise Blue is available in a range of digital formats to suit most e-readers.

In this first book, Sally plans her revenge after suffering abuse as a child at the hands of her mother’s boyfriend. She knows she will never have a loving relationship with a man and determines to become a successful woman in her own right, whilst at the same time turning men’s ultimate weakness against them.

Tamara Gold has written several novels under different pen names, but The Turquoise Blue is her first venture into this particular genre of literature. “I loved writing about Sally,” says Tamara. “She had a terrible experience as a child, but she was not going to let it ruin her life. Sally is a very attractive young woman and discovers she has a power over men. In this first book, Sally goes to London and starts to work in a popular nightclub intending to use her power to make men suffer and so gain her revenge. Of course, it doesn’t quite work out like that. I hope you enjoy reading about my character, Sally Reynolds. Like millions of other people round the world, I read Fifty Shades of Grey, but it left me slightly perturbed. I’d call myself a strong-minded woman and I suppose I was unhappy that it was the man calling the shots. In my Butterflies Trilogy, Sally is very definitely in charge and loving it.”

For additional information on the news that is the subject of this release (or for a review copy of the Turquoise Blue), contact Tamara Gold or visit http://www.tamaragold.co.uk. For a limited time (until 31st December) your readers will be able to obtain a 50% discount on the download of an electronic book version of The Turquoise Blue, normally priced at $2.99, from Smashwords at https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/368344 (using coupon number EE58Q). The book can be read on Kindle, Nook, Kobo, Sony, iPads and many other electronic devices.

About Smashwords
Founded in 2008, Smashwords is the leading distributor of self-published ebooks. More than 60,000 authors, small presses and literary agents around the world publish over 200,000 ebooks through Smashwords. Smashwords makes ebook publishing fast, free and easy. Smashwords distributes to major online retailers such as the Apple iBook store, Barnes & Noble, Sony, Kobo, Baker & Tyler Blio, Page Foundry and the Diesel eBook Store. Smashwords is based in Los Gatos, California, and can be reached on the web at http://www.smashwords.com. Visit the official Smashwords blog at http://blog.smashwords.com/.

About Tamara Gold
Tamara Gold lives near Doncaster, Yorkshire with her husband and their cats, and is busily writing the second novel in the series, My Camberwell Beauty, in which Sally makes a new friend, Penny, and discovers new ways of exacting her revenge. Tamara has written and published several mystery and crime novels but this is her first novel under this pen name and her first in the romance (with adult content) genre. She began writing nearly ten years ago and retired from her busy job to concentrate on her novels five years later. As well as fiction, Tamara has written several instructional self-help guides.

If you would like a copy of the Turquoise Blue for review you can download a free copy (until 1st December) from https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/368344 (using coupon number YV22K )

Contact details:    
Tamara Gold
http://www.tamaragold.co.uk
email: tammy(at)tamaragold(dot)co(dot)uk

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